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QON CITY COURIER.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1898.
Of-BELLOMY & BUSCH, the House
furnishers, will occupy the Welnhard
building, opposite court house, after
February ist, 1898. '
A sign of the New Year is
the advantage it gives in
photographs. A sign of the
old year is the excellence
of the things accomplished.
We give you memory of
passing time in pleasing
photographs. We give you
hopes foi future enjoyment
in having the best photos
of present features.
THE COUNTY COUBT
Proceedings of the Regular
January Term, 1898.
Judges mid Clerks of Election and
' Koad Supervisors Appointed
Many Bills Allowed.
Main St., near Court House, Oregon City
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-panding 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.
CHARM AN & SON,
Dealers in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HATS, CAPS, FURNISHING GOODS
and GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Call
at the PIONEER STORE OF CHARMAN & SON
before buying elsewhere.
Dr. A. A. Barr
Scientific Optician, formerly
of Minneapolis, has charge of
the Optical Department for
A. N, WRIGHT, the Iowa
Jeweler, 293 Morrison St.,
Have Your Eyes Examined
Do You Eat?
You will keep right on eating just
the same after the holidays are
over. Perhaps not so -much, but
still yon want the best, particu
larly bread and pastry, which is
made from Hi" -4 -3 "'-4
180 FRONT ST.
mier and Sain'l Gross, judges ; 0 P Sharp
and Clyde Evans, clerks
Union John White, Ed McClincey
and Geo Gergan, judges; Chas Wilson
and A A Criswell, clerks.
Viola Wm Stone, W C Wade and
Chas Cutting, Jr., judges; Chas Miller
and J J Randolph, clerks.
West (Jregon Ultv 1 hos Uihbs, W A
Hodges and F S Baker, judges; Mass
and John Morris, clerks.
Following amounts for road work for
A MOMENT, PLEASE I
Let no false modesty prevent your demanding of
vour husband a reasonable amount of insurance on
his life, payable directly to you in event of his
death. It is your right, prCpetuates your income.
Investigate the guaranteed contracts of the
Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company
of Springfield, Mass.
H. G. COLTON, Manager,
312 and 313 Chamber of Commerce.
The following road supervisors wen
appointed by the county court this week
W H Counsell, Milwaukee.
J B Cramer, Clackamas.
W Cook, Damascus.
Hugh Currin, Eaule Creek.
John H Kichey, Boring.
John Revenue, Sandy.
A Schoff, Seavers.
F J Walkley, Cherryville.
Harman Lins, George.
J J Davis, Garfield.
C Holstroin, Abernathy.
Jas Tracy, Logan
Wm Mattoon. Viola.
J L Swafford, Maple Lane.
R H Taber, Canemah.
W 8 Rider, New Era.
R W Dimiik, Canhy.
Ed Hornschuch, Beaver Creek.
John Denison, Milk Creek.
Wm Buckner, Highland.
C 0 Hubbard, Canyon Creek.
R Dickey, Upper Molalla.
Wm Miller, Barlow.
Geo Kinzer, Needy.
John Dailey, Lower Molalla..
John Shaver, Upper Molalla.
Ed Young. Marauam.
Jno Nightengale, Soda Springs.
CDF WilBon, Union. ,
Riley Hays, Oswego.
P A Baker, Tualatin.
Ed Baker, Pleasant Hill.
Jno Lewelling, Springwater.
A Andrews, Bull Run.
Levy Erb, Elliott Prairie.
G G Kruse, part of Oswego.
JUDGES AND CLERKS.
It is ordered by the court that the fol
lowing named persons be and hereby
are appointed judges and clerks ot elec
tion of the precincts of this county as
hereinafter tndicated. to serve for a term
of two years from this date and ending
January 1st, 1000; the Bret named judge
in each precinct to be chairman :
Abernethy lid Thayer, J. ri. Wilier
and L E Salisbury, judges; Geo Wol
dron and M C Gard, clerks.
Barlow M Campbell, Chris Kocher
and J P Cole, judges; C U Barlow and
W 8 lull, clerk.
Beaver Creek Tbos Daniels, A Huy-
hurst and J G Cummings, judges; Wm
Grisenthwaite and H O Jnskeep, clerks.
Boring Wm Boring, Wiley Chapman
and Wm Dean, judges; J M Anderson
and Milt Lake, clerks.
Canyon Creek Preston Bonney, Peter
Laffertvand J Gorbett, judges; L P
Williams and W M Bonnev. clerks
Cascades H BruiiB, E S Brainhall
and Geo Epperson, judges; Paul Meinig
and O Andre clerks
Canhy Geo Knight, Sol Garrison and
Fred Hampton, judges; Ladren Mack
and P L Coleman, clerks.
Clackamas J C Paddock, Sol Imel
and Dan Talbert, judges; Ed C Dedraan
and A Holcomb, clerks.
Cherrwille Wm Welch. C P Ware
and G T Beebe, judges ; Silas D Hedges
and J C Long, clerks.
Canemah K w Porter, J cj Hedges
and Geo Lazelle, judges; Wm Moure
and Matt Hamilton, clerks.
Damascus E R Burghart, A Newell
and E 0 Coe, judges; E T White and H
Eagle Creek J A Vanburen, H Hoff-
master and E N Foster, judges; Har
vev Gibson and W H H Wade, clerks.
Garfield John Davis. Roll Herrick
and Ed Bates, Jr., judges: Eli Williams
and Wm Oal field, clerks.
George Hans Paulsen, J C Schmidt
and Ferd Roth, judges ; Peter Paulsen
and Frank Annert, clerks,
Harding John Sprague, J J Bargfelat
and Walter Kircbem, judges; Fred Ger
ber and F H King, clerks, j ,
Highland Ed Harrington, J P Olson
and Robert Ringo, judges; W H Klein
smith and Amos Harrington, clerks.
Lower Molalla A H Wing, Ed Arri
strong and Leonard Heinz, judges ; Orrin
Wright and A II Reynolds, clerks.
Upper Molalla H 8 Ramsby, Samuel
Engle and Rod Dibble, judges; J R Cole
and O 1) Eby, clerks.
Milk Creek F M Manning, James
Nelson and Robt. Scbuebel, judges;
Abo Larkins and C W Larking, clerks.
Marquam I D Larkins, A C Yod
and Gilbert Robbins, judges; J T Drak
and Frank Riding, clerks.
Milwankie J E Courtney, John Wetz
Wand H Thleesen, judges; Rudolph
Hanneman and Philip Oat field, clerks.
Maple Lane M M McGeehan, A
MantzandC Ferguson, judges; John
Darling and Clay Green, clerks.
Needv V Bair, Eugene Nutts and
Frank 'Mathews, judges; HL Wolfer
'and George Owing, clerks.
New Era II P Gregory, uncom wai
dron and John Burgoyne, judges; Gil
bert Randall and Frank Canto, clerks.
Oswego R F Strauss, Wm llollinan
and Wm Smith, judges; HenryBichner
and James Coon, . clerks.
Oregon City, No. 1 H C Stevens, M
A Willoughhy and J A Stuart, judges;
Wallace Cole and Lester P Smith, clerks.
Oregon Citv, No. 2 J G Porter, C C
Fabcmk and'H P Bestow, judges; W B
Wiggins and E C Hamilton, clerks.
Oregon Citv. No. 3 C A Rands, J R
Williams and" John Gillott, judges ; Geo
L Storey and Geo V Kly, cleiks.
Pleasant Hill N R Heater, Wm Scott
and J N Wood, judges; Chauucey Coch
ran and C A Baker, clerks.
8ieyer John Kyler, Henry Von
Helms and Chas Leaf, judges ; E T Peak
and Adolph Aschoff, clerks.
Soda Springs E P Carter. J G Blak
ney and J H Groshong. judges; A V
Davis and F G Husband, clerks.
8pringwater A M Khibley. W J Lew
elling and A Lacey, judges; W 0 eny
der and 0 B Taylor, clerks.
Tualatin Frank Heddle, Fred Koine-
the month of December were allwed and
ordered paid out of road fund :
District No. 1 Labor on Oatheld and
Henry Hosely . $4 85
Jesse Keep 4 85
Henry Stnckey 7 50
John Stuckey and team 7 50
W Hagenberger " " 7 ou
W H Counsell 12 00
M Oattield general fund 3 00
District No 22 Labor on Prairie and
Meadow Brook road :
R Dickey 17 00
Jos Baty and team 4 00
Fred Sehaffer 3 00
Benj Noyer i -3 00
Fred May and team 4 00
T Oram 75
Total $44 20
. District No 2 Labor Sunnyside Dam
ascus, Kenne and Milwaukee roads and
bridges and culverts:
J W Roots $ 9 00
MW Smith.... 7 50
P Hunter... 4 50
N Davis.... 3 00
C Hunter 4 50
J Welch 4 50
S Hunter 9 00
8 B Millard 10 50
O A Gengleback 13 00
Total. $05 50
District No 8 Labor on Baker's
Bridge and Fagalde Mill road and
Warren Groenwell $ 6 00
Oscar' Breiuthaupt 6 00
John Greenwell 3 00
Henry Block 8 75
Irvin Hawk , 2 25
A W Cooke 8 00
T Yocum. lumber general fund. . . .22 83
O W Griffin " " " 20 16
, Total $71 99
District No 4 Bridge work and moving
timbers, eeneral fund :
H Githens 3 00
Jos Young 3 00
G B Linn 1 50
Geo Forman , 75
HF Currin 8 25
, 10 00
Totals $20 50
District No 5 Material for Johnson
Bridge, general fund :
8 8 Maybill 10 80
H MaVbill 4o
Chas Wheeler.... 12 90
J B Chapman 10 60
A J Rich 12 00
J 8 Birdsall 22 00
WT Welch 1 ou
Straus, Johnson & Co lumber 102 75
W 0 Markell 10
Hiflyard Bros. : . ... 2 40
f " 1 94
W H Fltchpatrick 2 00
M Wheeler 1 50
District No 6 Removing logs from
Fred Zogg $1 00
P R Meinig 1 0
8 Andrews.... 1 00
Total.. $3 00
District No 7
Fred Sievers $4 BO
E Aschoff 6 75
A Aschoff 8 25
O ABchoff.. 0 75
J Sievers 3 00
F Hanel 4 60
M Kelly... 1 60
O Missinger 6 00
Total 141 25
District No 11 Labor on Clackamas
bridge and slide on Clackamas road :
John Smith 1 50
Al Ritchison.. ., 1 00
Geo Tucker 1 50
H Himler 1 50
F Himler.. 1 60
G Himler 1 50
L Himler 1 5
C It Liyesay 2 00
Jean Kennedy,- general fund.. . 4 00
J J Jones. ....... 10 76
C R Livesay 6 00
total.. ...... 132 26
District No 13 General fund :
Jim Havden $ 3 00
WC Ward 4 12
Geo Hay den 4 12
F Walker 8 00
W C Ward and team 10 50
G Hayden , .. 900
Total .'. $33 76
District No 14 .
J L Swafford ..$18 00
RLaber 8 75
Ed Litus 8 75
J Shellv , 12 00
Geo Shortledge 6 25
Otto Shellv ; 6 5(1
A Mautz 2 25
O Knrzinan 2 2
J G Fehler, general fund 1 W)
W H Bonney " " 14 75
Total 7 20
District No 15
N O McLaughlin. $2 25
J Hawk 2 25
W J McCord 6 (X)
Total 19 50
District No 10 Labor on Brown
Schoolhouse road below New Eia and
Canby rosd and laying rails:
W 8 Rider... $4 00
II if Gregory 1 50
Geo Rider 1 50
Allen White 1 60
C II Rider and team 7 60
Geo Blanchard 1 50
John lieigayne 3 75
Total $21 25
II District No 17
. A Vorpahl, blacksmithing ... $1 55
District No 18 Labor on Molalla road :
S5W May $7 00
Win Jones 3 37
D Thomas 4 60
Mike London 0 00
Wm Jones and team 75
Mike London" " 75
W W May " 75
Total ....ft.. $21 75
District No 23-
Frank Shannon $3 00
Cole Bros & Co plank. 1 87
Jake Kauffman 6 00
Levi Erb 4 87
J J Kramer 8 00
A Weigand 2 25
F Hilton 1 50
F H Wilch 24 00
A Hagey 15 75
J J Taylor 20 62
E Haaey 6 37
TMessod 7 10
G Sutherland 3 75
J Mullins . 3 On
J Y Kaufman 4 37
A McKee 2 25
Geo Owings 1 50
John Owings 1 50
Ed Ransdall s zu
H Ransdall 3 75
Wm Covy 4 50
Wm Cow 1 50
John dowser 1 50
S JOglesby 35 00
T Shannon 1 50
Wm Barlow, use of wagon 1 00
Total $197 45
District No. 24 General fund :
Geo Askins $ 10 50
D Wells..... i 7 50
JAmieter.l. 9 00
HOlsterholtz 5 25
NC Sorrels 10 60
8 Wolfer.:... 1 50
O McKiney 1 50
P Cook, nails 5 00
Carlton and Rosenkrans, nails. ... 3 70
Geo Kinzer 11 25
W Noblitt : 40 00
J 8 Yoder, lumber 206 97
Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
District No. 25
John Barth and team $ 3 60
Henry Brusch 1 :5
Will Brosch.... 1 25
Frank Biusch 1 25
John Barth 2 00
Total $ 9 25
District No. 26. Labor on Molalla
river road General fund :
TSStipp and team $12 00
Wm Skeen 4 50
JECoates 4 60
John Akins 3 00
E E Judd 1 60
Sturgis Bros., lumber 6 00
Hobbins & Son, nails ,
, District No, 27 ,
Jos Miller . '
C E Young and team
$ 3 00
. .1 60
A Papp, lumber 4 50
; $15 00
District No. 29
CDF Wilson ; $ 3 00
Fred Yergen 1 50
Expense account of $50 00 allowed as.
C T Howard... $ 6 OO
C N Larkins 5 60
John Dennison 5 20
J H Wright 4 20
J Gorbett 4 20
P E Bonnev 8 4
C H Iaora....: 17 0
Re port of viewers on O 8 Murray ro ul
appro yed and name changed to Hood
View "oad and road ordered opened
Expen se account of $03 40 allowed a
W 11 Boring ....$ 7 OO
JohnLEri 6 80
John A Richey 7 20.
P A Meinig 5 4
T A Shutterly 4 2)
Geo A Leslie 4 .(
Fred Wagner 4 2
C H Isom 24 20
Matter of purchase of burial lot for
paupers reterred to commissioner J anger
with power to act.
Petition of Michael Stanber et al for
county road granted ai.d John Burns,
H 8 C Phelps and J L Waldron appoint
ed viewers, to meet on January 17
Matter of school tax for 1807 Superin
tendent Starkweather staled to the court
the minimum requirement was 6.8S
mills, owing to its nearness to 7 the
court concluded to mike it 7 mills
Application of John James for aid
granted and $5 per month allowed.
Matter ot appointment 01 justice 01
peace in Diet. No. 3 laid over
Matter of house rent of Mrs. Runyan,.
a pauper; warrants oraerea urawn in.
favor of J W Roots the firm ot rh
month for $2 to commence Octl, 1807.
Petition of Mr. Welch for corduroy on
Sunnyside hill granted.
Report of treasurer on indigent snldier
fund accepted and $200 ordered placed
in the fund.
Petition of P H Masley for rebate of
illegal assessment granted, ' -
Annual report of M L Moore for indi
gent soldier fund accepted. DiHbui-e
merits as follows:
G W Bentley, Marquam.. ....... $120 00'
Late M T Root .. ! 00
Mrs MT Root and child .... ... 42(H)
Funeral Exp of H D Johnson.... 44 25.
' TL Walker .... 45 00
Total $ 4 60
District No. 81
P A Baker $ 3 00
Ed Sharp 1 12
Total .: $ 4 12
District. No. 30
GeoNagle $ 1 25
Geo Locey 4 20
E Calkins 3 00
Ed Davis -. 3 40
Louis Ford 3 75
J O Brvanand team 12 00
Walter Foot .'. . 9 75
David Nelson . 70
A Fortner, hlacksmithing 4 00
A H Gibbs ' 4 60
L M Davidson, plank 2 31
J Bichner, nails, etc. . 85
Smvth & Howard, rock $1.50 ..104 25
Sam'l Gros 3 75
J Johnson '4 50
D E Henderson 9 00
H H Johnson 38 00
J A Moore... 18 00
D E Sheppard 3 00
WmStaffalon ,18 00
Total 256 80
District No. 33
Llvermore Bros $ 4 99
Dietrlirt No. 35
Ben Sianion.. $ 1 20
N Stanton 1 20
Geo Owinirs 10"
J 0 ings 1 00
E K Killin 4 (Hi
Bud Thompson 1 20
Nixon Bair i 00
I W Kiltin 3 20
Work cor luroyiiig 8 B Kent hill
Geo Owing 4 80
J OwiugH t 20
B Thompson 2 40
N Hair 2 4:)
E R Killin 4 80
I Brondwell . 2 40
R L Morris, 10(10 poles 5 00
O W Killin 3 20
Total $40 00
Application of Chas. Cutting for aid
from county granted and $6 er month
allowed, payahle to Gottfried Wallace.
Petition of Ivan Olesen toha3 Olesen
road opened, not granted.
Petition of Thomas McColie et al for
a county road granted and Paul Meinig,
John Strauss and J D Coleman appoint
ed viewers to meet at place of beginning
February 4'Ji at 8 a. 111.
I'Dtition of Adolf Casper et al for a
county road granted and L E Wise, J C
Paddock and John Robinson appointed
viewers to meet on January 25th. Re
monstrance ot Alfred Johnson and claim
for damages laid over till viewers report.
Petition of Henry Iluttkamper et al
for a county road granted and N O Cod
erson, John Wet.ler, Sr., and John Mil
ler appointed viewer to meet at place of
l.'iliininif January 10th at 8 a. 111.
Petition of J W Douty et al for a
county road granted and h II Burghard,
Egg Foster and A W Cooke appointed
viewers, to meet at place of beginning
February 1st at 8 a. m.
Report of viewers ou J Goroett road
approved and a road ordered oiiened.
Total. ., $2i.l 21
Voting place of Swopes changed (rum
Maple Lane to Oregon City No 3.
Warrants which have been canoellnd
by clerk and not by treasuier ordered
cancelled by latter.
Petition to change Lower Houuat
precinct to Macksburg granted.
Petition of O W Kruse et al for division
of road district No. 30 granted as follows:
Beginning at the northeast corner of
section 4 in town 2 south of range 1 eant,
thence south to the southeast corner of
said section 4, thence west along (de
tection line to the X section corner be
tween 4 and 9, thence south on center
line of said section 9 to the south bank,
of Sucker lake, thence southwesterly
along said south bank to the section
line between sections 8 and 9, thence
south to the section corner common to
sections 8, 9, 16 and 17, thence west to
the J-4 section corner between section
8 and 17. thence south to the 14 tectiom
comer between sections 17 and 20V
thence west to the corner common to
sections 17, 18, 19 and 20, thence south,
to the Tunis tin river, thence westerly
tip stream along said river to the went
line of uU town 2 smith of range 1 east,,
ilieiii e 1101 1I1 011 naid west line to the
1101 lh went . corner of said township,
theni-H eaNt i-n north line of said town
ship to place of beginning.
Allowance for care and keeping of J1
W Al iy increased from 8 to $10 per
Application of J N Wright for change
ill builiiilaiie of Rom district No. 21
tiranii-d Nrtw dimiict contains sections
1.2, 3, 4. 5. (I. 7, 8, 0, 10, 11, 12. 13. 14,
l', 10, 17 ai d north section 18, town
Ssnuihof rnnge3 east; section 32,3$
snd eHst v of suction 31, town 4 south,
rango 3 e. ; east of section 1 ami
nnrtheartt (4 of section 12, town 2 south,
range 2 eiiHi.
Reports of receipts by clerk and re
corder accepted. Clerk's collections,
$107.75; recorders, $157.60.
In the matter of the payment claims
tiled agxlnst Clackamas county, the
court having examined said claims and
being fully advised, it is ordered by the
court that the clerk shall issue warrants
on the general fund in fayor of the per
sons and for the amounts hereinafter
specified in payment of said claim:
A L Mathprlv, pauper ac $ 10 00
Michael Sliafer ' " 1 60
Continued on Ijut Vug.
For Infants and Children.