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OREGON CITY COURIER
By A. W. CHENEY.
If p I in tdvanee, pervear 150
On :' 2 00
Six -n 1'il.h 1 00
Thf" mini hH 8o
fThe date opposite your address on the
pupcr 1 motes liie time to which you have paid.
MTR3MZE HOME INDUSTRY.
OREGON CITY, OCT. 15, 1897.
It lists just flashed over us that possi
bly the split among the republican lead
ers of Oregon City in a sham, got up to
fool their different followings. What
h jireat idea on the eve of the republican
county nominating convention. Then
tin-re would be a better chance for Ore
gon City politicians to get office that is,
If any there can bu persuaded to accept.
lirowne'l'a Can by Sheet,
The above will be news to many
although it is about Oregon City and
originated abroad. There are few poli
ticians in Oregon City and they belong
to the other parties. Of course there
are a few men here who want oflice, but
no one acquainted with them would dub
them politicians. Urowiiell's "Leading
We have been unable to read what
BrowneU's other paper says on account
of hoi being a linguist.
STHlKEts JWM'T PAY.
It is encouraging to know that the
labor-leaders are coming to see the use-lesfliu-ss,
not to say the evils, of strikes.
While the right of a body of working
men to strike cannot be questioned, the
expediency of their doing so is quite a
different mailer. In the National Labor
Conference which convened in Chicago
the 27th inst., President Eugene V. Debs
is reported as saying:
"Strikes don't pay. All strikes are
lost. They are useless. They are caud
by the employing classes. When cap
italists ttoi readv for u st.rikn tlipv nni.
voke them, knowing well their cause is
won before the conflict is begun. The
various labor unions of this country
have all they can do to take careof their
own men. Never was this better ex
emplified than in the recent miners'
strike. Never in my experience have I
seen a strike which had the sympathy
of the public, and even of part of the
employing class, as that one did, and
yet when as appeal was made for finan
cial aid, less than 7 cents per striking
miner was received."
But the fact that strikes have proven
an inadequate remedy for the evils of
which working men complain, only em
phasizes I he need of some better way
of settling these questions that rise be
tween employers and employees. No
better way has ever been suggested than
arbitration, and some law looking to
this end should be adopted without
Fooit old John Sherman has some
spunk left beside the humiliation to
which he has been subjected by Ilanna
and McKinlev. When ordered by Boss
Mark to degrade tho high ollico w hich
he h .Ids by stumping Ohio for Hanna,
Sherman wrote a speech, and when
Hanna and McKinley demanded that
they be allowed to revise the speech bo
fore it was delivered tho aged statesman
destroyed the manuscript and refused to
take the stump at all. Guard.
Thomas Taggart, a democrat, defeated
W. N. Harding, republican, for mayor
of Indianapolis on Tuesday by a plurality
that will reach 5000. Tho rest of the
ticket, including six coiincilnieu at-large,
is elected by f;om 3500 to 4000. Of the
ward count ilmen the republicans will
elect fom out of 15. Mayor Taggart
was deluged with telegrams from all
over the country, lie is freely spoken
of as the next democratic candidate for
governor. Ho was limiinated on a
It would not surprise us if tho "turn
ing down" of Mr. (ieer in tho federal
appointment scramble should make that
gentleman governor, at least the
candidate of the republican party for
the position. ' If the public gets the idea
that a man is abused it is very liable to
make a martyr of him. And, by the
way, Geer would make a pretty decent
governor. He would not bo controlled
by any political ring. Eugene Guard.
Minihtkk I.eiidiiiian, in a dispatch to
the state department at Washington,
gives an account of the attempt that is
being made to secure government owner
ship of railways iu Switzerland, The
general plan of the government is to
purchase the railways at -5 times the net
annual earnings for the past 10 years,
providing this is not less than tho actual
The Chattanooga municipal election
Tuesday resulted in the overwhelming
defeat of the republican ticket. Col. Ed
Watkius, democrat, was elected by 905
majority. The democrats elected six of
tho eight alderman. This city is nor
nially republican by from 400 to 5J0.
Tub Journal and Advertiser's poll for
for the mayoralty preference of Greater i
New York voters now includes 220,529
names, as follows :
Van Wyck . .72,014 Low 5i,048
George "I.O.itl Tracy 33 431
A Good School. Attention is called
to an advertisement, in another column,
of the Holmes English and Business
College, of Portland, 1 Oregon. This
institution has probably educated more
young men and women for business,
and found them employment, than all
the schools of that kind in the North
west. Miss Holmes, in addition to be
ing assisted by an able corps of six
teachers, gives her entire time to the
up building of the school and everything
that can add to the students advance
ment and comfort is provided. The
school maintains six departments,
namely : Three years course in English
branches, a course in book-keeping,
penmanship, shorthand, typewriting
and telegraphy, The Holmes college
is a Christian instiiution and has at
heart not only the mental but the moral
and the physical welfare of the students
intrusted to it care. The principal has
given much thought to the home life of
students and is able to provide safe and
comfortable rooms at a low cost. The
past years of business depression has
impressed upon the minds of all the
necessity for practical education and
never in the history of the country has
the work of the thorough busines col
lege been so much appreciated as to-day.
tlnCOO Gift. The Catholics of Oregon
are going to build for Archbishop Gross
a handsome "jubilee" residence, to be
presented to him on the 25th anniversary
of his episcopacy next April, The build
ing will be three stories high, of modern
architecture, and it is said will be one
of tho handsomest residences in Port
land. It will occupy one corner of the
block bounded by Davis, ' Everett,
Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets, the
center of which is to be the site of a
handsome cathedral at some future time.
On the corner of Everett street a resi
dence will be built for the clergy, lioth
the dwellings will face Sixteenth 'while
the main entrance will be on Fifteenth.
It is expected that the jubilee dwelling
will be ready for occupancy early in the
Bargains in Pianos. We have in Or
egon City, next door to straights
grocery, on Main street,some fine pianos,
which we are offering at cut prices, for
a few days. We handle the Knabe,
Chickering, Lndwig, Hardman, Fischer,
find other well known pianos. We will
make terms to suit, and take second
hand instruments in exchange. Come
and see the pianos.
The Wiley B. Allen Oo.
If you want to save money buy your
hats at Miss Goldsmith's.
Dan Willians has added to h is stock of
groceries and provisions a full line of
feed and hay. Goods delivered to all
parts of the city free. Corner Seventh
and Center streets
One of tho most elegant places in the
city of Portland, is the fashionable mil
linery emporium of Mrs, O. A. Dennis
at 352 Morrison. She keeps in stock an
extra lino lino trimmings, etc. It is
worth your while to see the place. Mrs.
Dennis is r garde I by Portland ladies as
the most fashionable milliner in the city
and Oregon Cityites should not fail to
see her display.
TO CU3E A COLD IN ONE DY
Take l.axiitlvn Itmmo Quinine Tablets. All
dniKKlMs refund the money If It fails tu cure, iBc
Our prices are tho lowest of the low
on all kinds of millinery, Alias Gold
smith. . Ooq ue feather brasa, Miss Goldsmith,
We have received a line of silver plated
ware, which will ba givn to our patrons,
The quality Is a I extra coin silver plate
1487 Wm A. Rogers. We solicit you to
Inspect the same at the store of I. Selling.
Miss Rose Scheeland, of the LaModo
Parlor, 349g Morrison streets, Portland,
between Seventh and Tark, has the
finest line of millinery goods kept in
the city. Don't fail to see her elegant
stock when in Portland. It Is a veritable
bazar within itself.
Go to Ban m it Brandos, 145 First
street, right on the Oregon City car lino
for your lunches and dinners. We make
a specialty of ladies' and merchants'
lunches; try them, only 25c. Agency
for Mailland'8 candies.
The Monopoly Breakers.
There is a hot time in this town since
the Reliable Clothing Store has opened.
You can now buy clothing, boots and
shoes with $ 10 more than you could 10
lays ago with $20. You will find clot h
ing, hoots and shoe stores cards stuck
out at reduced prices. Who did it the
Reliable Clothing Store ; therefore we
claim your patronage. Schwartz A
Michael, props. The cheapest place in
Oregon City for clothing, men's furnish
ing goods, boots and shoes. Main street,
between 5th and (th streets,
If you want a nice steak, roast or boil
call at AlbrigLt's shop and get somo of
his cold-storage meat which is acknowl
edged by all to be superior to the moats
commonly sold at butchers' shops. He
also keeps on hand a full stock of lard,
hams, bacon, etc., made by himself and
warranted purest and wholesome. Re
member the old established shop on
School books and school supplies at
Portland prioes at Charman &. Co's, the
cut-cut price druggists. Every purchaser
gets a tablet or pencil free
For best groceries at cheapest price go
to Marr & Muir.
J ustice court blanks 15 cen ts per dozen
at Courier office.
Get Peacock flour if you love good
bread, at Harris' Grocery.
Get your paint and oils at Harris'
grocery and save money.
The cheapest and best line of crockery
in Portland is at Haine's Tea Store, 288.
Fine new line of umbrellas and canes
at Burmeisters & Andresens's Jewelry
The cheapest place in town, to buy
your hosiery is at the Racket Store.
If you want a fine lawn sow our fancy
lawn grass seed now. E. E. Williams,
Inspect those adjustabb window
screens at Bellomy & Busch's. They
are certain. y the right thing.
For" your strings and extras for all
musical instruments go to Burraeister
& Andrpsen'R, who keep a full supply.
Don't fail to see our variety of ladies',
gents' and children's underwear, wool
and fleeced lined, at the Racket Store.
Prices right. Quality best. Timothy,
clover, alsike, orchard grass, and other
grass seed-. E. E. Williams, thegrocer.
Furniture upholstered and repaired at
the Oregon City Auction.
The finest gunpowder tea at 25c a lb
in the city at Harris' grocery.
Customers can leave orders for bottled
beer, porter, steam beer or keg beer at
Knapp's Bismark saloon. John G. Wil
helm, pioprietor Sellwood brewery.
Get your picture frames made at the
the Oregon City Auction House at very
Golden fleeced knitting yarn, saxony
and zephyrs, all colors, at the Racket
Ladies, come and see our corsets,
atest styles in short corsets, also child
ren's corset waists, at the Racket Store
Try our cream Java and Mocha coffee,
3 lbs for $1. Harris' grocery, ,.
Prescriptions carefully compounded
G. A. Harding's drug store.
For the best shave or hair cut to
be had go to P.O. Shark'sshop. Shaving
County and city warrants, gold, silver,
produce, wood, etc., taken at par for all
accounts by the Courier.
Dr. VV. Wadens is now associated
with D . J. W. Welch, dentin, in Wil
lamette bleck. ,
The' most reliable goods at lowest
living cash prices are kept by the grocery
store of Marr & Muir. ' ' ;
With a little cost one's rooms can be
made as good and bright as new. Call
at Holman's and see styles and pattern
all up-to-date 18:17 goods. Seventh
street, near bridge. 1 '
L. L. Pickeni-, dentist, does all kintls
of dental work. Gold crowns, porcelain
crowns and limine work h Wpt-eiuliy.
Ollice in Barclay buildimi, c irner Alain
NO tlMl NO PAY.
Thnl Is tho way nil druggists sell GROVE'S
IASTKI.KSS Ullll.li TO Mi,' lor Malaria, Chill!
tin I l ever. It is simply Iron niiil iUiiine in r
HMcless torm. Children love it. Adults pre re
at o bluer, liMUscntiug Tonics. 1'rlce otic. Fo
a le by C. i. Huntley, lirtigKir-t.
In the Circuit Court ol the State ot Oregon for
me oiiniy oi uiat Karnes
Mary C. Boseh,
To William Boech, said Defendant.
INTIIE NAME OK THE STATE OF ORKGON:
You are hereby required to appear and answer
the complaint Hied against you In the above eu
tllled suit by the lirst (lav of the next terra
ol said court, viz.: Monday, November 1st
1!I7; and if you fail to answer for want
thereof, the plaintiff will apply lo the Court for
the reliel demanded in Ihe complaint herein, to
wit : The dissolution of the marriage conliact
exlFting between said parties upon ground of
crr.el and Inhuman treatment of plaintiff on part
This Summons is published by virtue of an
order made by Loyal H. steams, Judge of the
Circuit Court of the Stale of Oregon for
Multnomah County, dated the lltluiay of Sep
(Siguedi C. D. i D. C. I.ATOrKETTK,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Clackamas.
L E. Shullz, Plaintiff, vs. James Shaw, Bettv
Shaw. I'ne Oregon City Real Estate & Trust
Co. (incorporated), Kaspar Knjova, Max
Lessen, Emll Tarras, llenrv Kling, Frank
Tritseh, Lawrence Trilsch, J."A. Tritsch, E. F.
tirade, Waldemar Kuehn, and Clackamas
Counly, lb I'endants,
To The Oregon City Real Estate & Trust Co. (In
corpor.iled), Kaspar Kajova; Max Lessen,
K u i I Tarra, Henry KMng, Frank Trl sch,
Lawrence Tritseh, J. A, Tritseh, E. F. tirade,
Waldemar Kuehn, Deleuilants.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF ORKOON:
- You are hereby lequlied lo appear and
answer the complaint tiled against yon in the
above entitled suit by the lirst dav of the
next term of said conn, viz : Mondav," Novem
her 1st, 1SH7; and i( you fail to answer
for wuiil thereof, the plaintiff will applv lo the
Court for the reliel demanded In the complaint
herein, to wit :
For Ihe loreclosure of a certain mortgage of
fifjoU 00 with Interest ami attornev's fees upon
Ihe lollowlng descrlbi d property, to-wit. Begin
ning at wt nt in the center of the Oregon Citv
and Portland wagon road where s- ine crosses
the line of laud formerly owned by toe William
Dement on the south, and S. W. Moss on the
north, being ;11.10 chains easterly of the sonihwesl
comer of the 1). L. 0. of Uiram Straight and wife;
tlienee north. 15 degrees east 4.IK) chains to south
line of land formerly owned bv Emily Smith;
tlienee north so degrees west tracing south line
of said Smith land Sl,3,i chains to Willamette
river; thence south 6 degrees west 4 ohalns to
southwest corner of said D. L, D ; thence south
84 degrees :to minutes east 31.10 chains to place
of beginning, containing U acres, the same in
cluding .Moss Addition to Oregon t'ilv as shown
by plat on tile of said additiou.all iu Clackamas
County, State of Oregon.
-Auoioai me equity oi reitemptlon of each of
said defendants therein be foreclosed and forever
This summons Is published bv virtue of an
order mail by Loyal B. Sieavns' Judge of the
circuit court of the Stale of Oregon for Multnomah
Counly, dated the lllhday of September 17.
(Signed) C. 1. & D. C. LATOf RETTE,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Dr Price s Cream Bakintr Powder
wtriKO Umi 1u. Miawmiu ftvt Sr Francuwa
On the Neck and Croat Weakness
Caused bv Impure Blood Was
Constantly Crowing Worse.
" When my son was 6 years old ha wa?
In very poor health and we could get
nothing to relieve hira. At the age of 7
years he began to complain ot soreness on
both sides of his neck and soon lamps be
gan to gather on one side and grew to
half the size of an egg. We then became
more uneasy and began to doctor him for
scrofula. Ke gradually grew worse, how
ever, until at the age of twelve years we
had lost all hope of his recovery. He be
came so weak he could sit up but a few
minutes at a time. My wife saw Hood's
Barsaparilla recommended as a great blood
purifier and we sent and got bottle. We
began giving our boy the medicine ac
cording to directions and it was not long
before we saw ht was improving. He
continued Uking it until he was in very
good healih. He is now 13 years old and
is well. We recommend Hood's Barsapa
rilla for all troubles caused by impure
blood." S. M. Silver, Grouse, Oregon.
Hood's Barsaparilla 1- 3ld by all druggists.
(1 ; six tor 85. Get only Hood'3.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the
County of Clackamas.
Hattle 15. Pufour, Plaintiff,
Alexander Dnfonr. Defendant.
To Alexander hnfour. Defendant:
In the name of Ihe Btftte of Oregon, you are hereby
required to appear and answer the complaint filed
agninst yon in ihe above entitled suit in the above
entitled oourl, on or before the first day of the next
term of the said court, after six weeks' publication
of this summons, to-wit., on or before Monday, the
1st tiny of November, 181)7, and if you fail so to ap
pear and answer, the plaintiff will apply to the court
for the relief demanded iu the complaint.
The ryllef demanded In the complaint Is for a de
cree dissolving Ihe bonds of matrimony subsisting
between plaintiff and defendant on the ground of de
sertion and that plaintiffs mime be changed to
l'angtmru: and lor general relict.
This summons is published pursuant to an order
made by Hon. Alfred F. Sears, judge of tin." oirouit
court of Ihe slate of Oregon for vlultnomeh county,
In the absence of the Hon. Thomas A. McBrid.
judge of the circuit court of the state of Oregon for
Clackamas county, which order was duly made and
euttred on the liii.li day of September, 1897.
GEO. 8. SIIEPHEltD,
Attorney for Pluintiff.
In Ihe Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the
Counly of Claekamns.
The Alliance Trust Comny, I.d.. Plaintiff, vs. L
Phelps. O. S. Phelps, Nellie K. Smith. K. C. Smith,
Fannie Squires, Wm. Squires, Addie Smith, John
Smith, Verdie Hews, John Bews, K C. Smith, as
Administrator of Estate of Johll Grow, Deceased,
and Uollichilds Brother., a Corporation, Defen
dants. To Addie Smith and John Smith, Defendants Above
Iu the name of the state of Oregon, You are herob.
required to appear and answer the complaint tiled
against you in the above tntitled suit by the urstday
of the next term of court following the exoirutinu ol
the publication of IhU summons, to-wit: by Mon
day, November 1st, 18!7, and if you fail to so answer
ior want thereof, piaintitr will apply to me couri
for the relief demanded in the complaint, to-wit. for
judgment against Defendant L, Phelps lor SHO.Oi',
with interest from October 1st, IWlo. at the rate or in
pecent, per annum: and the further sum of $140
with interest thereon (mm April 1st. 18IM1, at the rate
(tf 1U per cent, per aoHum; and the turtlier sum ol
S140 with interest thereon from October 1st, lslln, at
the rale of In per cent, per annum; and the I'urtl'er
sum of jii7.26, with interest tbeteon from February
loth, 18.17, at the rate of 111 per cent, per annum: and
the further sum of $3,500. wilh interest thereon fiom
October 1st, lxstl, at ihe rate of 8 per ceut. per
annum; snd &ir0 as attorney's fees, all in United
States Gold Coiu together with the costs a d dis
bursements of this suit, and', fur tho decree of Ihe
above entitled Court foreclosing the mortgage de
scribed iu the complaint, aud decreeing said
mortgage to be the first I ten upon the land therein
described, situated iu Clackamas County, Str.te of
Hegining at apoint six (0) chains and fifty (50)
links North an 1 twelve (12; chains and sixty-nine
Ui!l) links East of the Southwest corner of s ctiull
twenty-three (23) in Township three South of
Kange three td hast ot the VI tllamette .Meridian,
running thence North fifty ( 50 1 chains: th 'lire North
sixty six (t'aj) degrees thirty (ill)) minutes Vet lii'tecn
ilo) cluins and fifty (oil) links: tlienee North rjtty-
one (ol) degrees West titty-nlne (o9) chtdtts and
twelve (12) links: tlienee West eight (K) chain and
Seventy threi '73) links; thence South one hundred
ard fourteen (I i4) clruns: thence fast fnrt.x-eigbt
I48)0clmms hm! fifty (50) links; thence Nortb twenty
t JU) cliainsutiiiotty oo links; ti.en e hat lUeutyUli)
cliuius and tifly ('"it); links to the place of bejluniug,
containing six hundred (bUO) acres more or le-s.
That stud fund iiisive dcvrhed be sold iu the
manner provided by law, and Ihe proceeds of said
sale applied to the sa'M'ucthm of said jndu ineiit. and
that you and each of you and all llle above named
(letendjiiits. and all ners( us claiming under you oi
either (tf the defendoils, be barred aud foreclosed of
right or equity of redemption iu silbi premises ami
every part thereof, and for such other aud further
relief as to the Court inav seem meet and equitable.
'ibis Publi' atioll is made by order of Hon, Loyal
B. Stearns, Judge of the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Multnomah, in the
absence from Clackamas County of Hen. Thomas
A. Mcllride, Judge of the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon, for Cla -kamas County, which order was
duly made and entered September loth, 1S117.
Attorneys tor 1'lalntitt.
T1TANTED-TRUSTWORTHY AND ACTIVE
gentlemen oi ladles to travel for responsible
established house In Oregon. Monthly S65 anil
expenses. Position si' adv. Reference. Eu
close self addressed stamped envelope. The
Dominion Compiny, Dept. 1, Chicago.
In the Ciroult Court of the State of Oregon, for
uie loumy oi uiacKatnas.
A. E. Latourette, Executrix,!
O. W. N. Taylor. John Ecker,
Daniel MeCarty and Oliv
JlcCarty, Defendants. j
To John Ecker. said Defendant.
INTHENaMKOKTHE STATE OF OREGON:
You are hereby renuircd 1 1 aonear a, .
the complaint tiled asainst you In the above
entitled suit by Ihe first day of the next
term of said court, viz.: Mondav. November
1st. 1KU7; aud if von fail to answer fi,r w.nt
tnereoi, the plaintiff will applv to the court for
the relief demanded iu the complaint herein,
For foreclosure of certain mortgages, of S1S27 04
with interest and attoinev's fee, umi sixniui
with lulere tan.l attorney's fees, and HlKl.iR) with
intereft and attorney's fees, upon the billowing
described pronerly, to-wit. The east of the
southwest of section 30, township 4 south,
rnnge I east of the Willamette ineredian; also
Lots li and 7 of section 3o, township 4 south,
range 1 east, containing 135 acres, all in Clacka
mas cuinly, stale 01 Oregon, and that the equity
of redemption of each of said defendants herein
be forei losed and forever barred.
This Summons ts published bv virtue of an
order made by Loyal B. Stearns, judge of the eir
cuit court of Ihe stale of Oregon for Multnomah
county dated the 14th day of September, ls)7.
(Signed) 0. D. A D. C. LATOCRETT.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
XariCE FOR PUBLICATION'.
LAND OFFICE AT OR EGOS CITY, OREGON'
September lMh, I8117. Notice is hereby given
that '.be following-named settler lias tiled
notice of his intention to makn Hnnl in
support of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before the Register and Receiver at Or-
gou uiiy, uregou, on October 29th, 17, vir
H. E. 85S7, for the SW' of See. 2S Tn r s
- ue names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon aud culti-
vanon of. satil land, viz: Charles N. Dalev
..uitniu ..lanugo, an 01 vtunoit,
Oregon; Joseph Lnderof Scotts Mills.Oregou.
ROBERT A. MILLER, Register.
W"'U- IKliSTWORTHY A. ACTIVE
gentlemeu or ladies to travel for responsible,
established house in Oregon. Monthly rio 00 and
expenses, position steady. Reference. Knch
self-addressed stamped envelop. The Dominion
Company, Dept. y, Chicago.
To the Public!
The undersigned having found the Boston Rubber
Shoe Co.'s goods unsatisfactory, will in the future
handle the Woonsocket and the Wales-Goodyear
rubber boots and overshoes. We are sorry to make
the change as we found the Boston Rubber Shoe
g Co. very nice people
I Fine French
...Miss A. S. Jorgensen...
ladies ov Oregon city
ark cordially invitkd to al tend
291 Mcrrison St., Ket, 1th
Steam Dyeing &
LADIES' AND GENTLEMENS' CLOTHING
CLEANED DYED AND REPAIRED
IN BEST POSSIBLE MANNER
Office. 215 Morrison St., Bet.
Works at Mechanics'.
if TO G. H. BESTOW & CO.
DOORS WIMDOWS, MOULDING and BUILDING
LOWEST CASH PRICES EVER OFFERED FOR FIRST-CLASS GOODS.
Shop Opposite CoinrresKtiunal 'Chnvoh, Mulu ftreet, Oregon City, Ore.
W. II. YO UKG'S
Livery & Feed Stable
Cor. Main and 4th St.
OREGON CITY, OREGON
Winter Shoes I
TZRAUSSE BROS., second
l-- door north of P.O., have
just received a fine new line of
HEN'S WINTER TANS. Oall
and see them. We have added
a first-class shoemaker to our
establishment and are prepared
to do all kinds of repairing at
reasonable rates. t t t t
SHOE STORE -
Twn Doors North of
Winter Shoes I
GEO. A. IURDLNG,
Standard Pat. Medicines
Ptints, Oils and Window Gl98.
Prescription Accurately Compounded
Artistic House Painting
Leave Orders at Ely Bros., on Seventh Street,
Oregon Hty, Oregon .
F. C. GADKE,
Plumbing and Tinning.
Jobbing of All Kimis
Wilson k Cooke's
Job Printing at the
but business is business.
The Shoe Man
& 5th, PORTLAND, ORE.
Goods Called For
First and Front, Portland, Or.
Pavilion, 325 Second St.
Bank of Oregon City.
OLDEST BANKING HOUSE IN THE CITY
Paid Up Capital, $50,000.
Chap. H. Caufuxd
Gko. a. Harm mo
E. G. Cadfield
K Genera Banking Business Transacted
Deposits Received Subject to Check.
Approved Bills and Notes Discounted.
Countv and City Warrants bought.
Loans Made on Available SecunW
Exchange Bonght and Hold.
. Collections Made Promptly .: 1 I
Drafts Sold Available in Any Part o! th.
Telegraphic Exchange Sold on Portland, San
Francisco, Chicago and New York.
Interest Paid on Time Deports
Granite Pudding Pans, lo, 17, 22, 25c
" Preserve Kettles, 25 3(1,35 40c
" Tea Kettles, 85o, 9.ic, $1.15.
We will sell you best Envelopes for
5 cents a bunch, also the best
Ink Tablets at 5 and
. 10 cents.
L. A. PATTERSON & CO...
Oregon City - - Oregon
CHAS. CATTA, Proprietor
Oregon City, Oregon
Pure Milk and Full Measure
given; delivered to any
part of the city.
Try Bolton Ualiy and be Cor.vnc.ri'
Noblitt Livery and Sale Stable
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
On the Streel between the Bridge and the
?v.Uan,!.8lule r88 "addle boraet a
ways on hand at the lowest rates, nd a corra
1 Mc fw"11 the bra loose Stock
Any Information regarding any kind of stock
oromptlv attended to by letter or person
HORSES BOUGHT OR SOLD
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
T AND OFFIrE AT OREGON CITY, OREGON
before the Register and Receiver U 8 Mnd
wSTvlS 0reg"nUt''Ore!''n. Octoberth.
NELSON A. FL1NN,
"i B-Rmh f0r ti,e N7 H W, Sec. 26, Tp
Ware, all of Cherry ville;bregoyBnd CbarleS Pl
KUHhRT A. MILLFR, Register.
0. F. HENNIXGS has
purchased the Seventh
Street Bakery of Ja
cob Kober and the new
management is pre
pared to furnish you
with Bread, Cakes,
Buns, Etc., at very
C. F. HENNINGS, 7th St. Bakery