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CITY COURIER. ,
OREGON CITY, .OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1898.
JDBBELLOMY & BUSCH, the House
furnishers, will occupy the Weinhard
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 eive you memory of
passing time in pleasing
photographs. We give you
hopes foi future enjoyment
in having the best photos
of present features.
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.
Dealers in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HATS, CAPS; FURNISHING GOODS
and GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Call
at the Picneer Store of Charman & Son
before buying elsewhere.
Dr. A. A.
Hare Your Eyes Examined'
,A NORTH fiRhf :
A MOMENT, PLEASE I
Let' no false modesty prevent your demanding of
your 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.
1 Investigate the guaranteed contracts of the
of Springfield, Mass.
H. G. COLTON, Manager,
312 and 313 Chamber of Commerce,
Scientific Optician, formerly
of Minneapolis, has charge of
the Optical Department for
A. N. WRIGHT, the Iowa
Jeweler, 293 Morrison St.,
keep right on eating just
the same alter the Holidays are
Perhaps not so much, bnt
want the best, parucn
larly bread and pastry, which is
CUUSTRATED . .
180 FRONT ST.
Life Insurance Company
THE COUNTY COURT
Adjourned Term Held Last
Th Jnry List ft ml Tax Levy Tor 1898
Occupy the Court's Attention
"Five Cents au Jnclw"
In the matter of the tax levy for 1898,
the following was made: County, 12
mills ; road, 4 ; school 7 ; state, 3.5 ; total
26 5 mills. Commissioner Marks dis
sented in regard to the road tax, as he
desired to make a 23-mill levy for
county, school and state, and permit the
road tax to be worked out.
In the matter of the county printing
for the year 1898, 1 he compensation was
reduced to five cents per inch, and the
ttnterprise and Herald designated as
official papers. 1
In the matter of the jury list for the
year 1898, it is ordered by the court that
the following named citizens and tax
payers of Clackamas connty be, and
they are selected as the jury list of said
county for 1898 :
Name Occupation Precinct
6MB Jones brickmaker Abernethy
S Wheeler farmer "
G VV Waldron " " '
Thos Mann " "
Ed Thayer " "
W II 8mith " "
Henry Jewell " "
R Cole millman
R Marks farmer
H Kocher "
H Hornschuh "
Thos Daniels "
W T Kirk '
C Spangler "
W Urithenthwate "
Carrick Cassady '
Gene Cummings "
W H Fitzpatrick "
Win Boring "
E Richey "
Wra Bonney "
Silas Hedges farmer
Frank Walkey "
George Knight "
James Evans '
0 W Sturgis "
Ledrew Mack "
E W Howard "
John Burns "
Herman Lee "
J Molzan "
J A Talbert "
John Robinson "
H Loncoy "
Ed Dedman '
Fred Gage "
Dan Talbert "
A J Johnson "
Herman Bruns '
F A Seperby 'I
John Eri "
N Nelson "
Paul Meinig "
S D Coalman "
A Andre ' "
W M Fine laborer
Geo Lazelle farmer
Geo Kidder "
D P Martin "
Jas Partlow "
W J McCord "
L E Wise "
A W Cooke "
J B Johnson "
A M Lovelace "
E H Burghartd millman
J R Morton farmer
II W ilburn merchant "
Isaac Gordon farmer "
Samuel Heiple " '
J A VanCuren " "
Charles Ballaw " '
W H II Wade " Garfield
John Ingli8h " '
Geo Lockerly " "
Hans Paulson " George
Walter Kirchera " Harding
STToora " "
L Patterson " "
Frank Wilson " "
Fouie Funk " "
Fisher miller "
E Harrington farmer
G Wallaca "
8 Hutchinson "
H Kleinsinith "
Win Buckner "
Al Wing "
John Barth "
J Smith merchant
T L Dibble farmer
M Johnson "
John Cole "
Harl Engle "
John Everhart "
Jim Dickey "
Levi Stehrnan "
Charles Holnian "
W H Darnell
John Denison "
A L Jones
Abe Larking "
Del Trullinger millman
John Labour farmer Marquam
F. M Hartman " "
Wm Bird " "
OD Larkins " "
M Gwlitig ' "
Tom Rogers " Milwaukee
J D Rusk " . "
J S Risley ,; "
H Thiessen " ' "
John Wetzler " "
Thad Williams '
John O itfield " "
8 C Priestly "
W H Couiisell " "
A Mautz " Maple Lane
WW Myers " " .
Tom Davis " "
H Henriei " "
MMMcGeehan " "
C Porter . " "
T B Jill in " Needy
J K Miil-r " "
Fred Sm'ih' " "
DavidYoder " "
CBair " "
Sam Kauffman " "
Robt Thompson "
F.'snk Mathews " "
J L Waldron " New Era
EnosCahill " , "
H Greuory " "
J Burgoyne " "
Tom Blanchard " "
J L Matlock " "
A Walling nurseryman Oswego
Alfonzo Shipiey farmer "
HGana " "
L M Davidson " "
Louis Eaton " "
James Coon " "
Chris Boylan " "
Wm Hallinan " "
Frank Busch merchant Ore City No 1
M A Willougbby laborer "
Clarence Farr butchor "
Joe Steark laborer "
C W Vonderahe carpenter "
John Shadle clerk "
M f Broderick laborer "
W A Huntley merchant "
R Petzold butcher "
J C Bradley , farmer "
C N Greenman drayman Ore City No 2
COT Williams real estate agt
J G Porter ' capitalist
G H Bestow millman
J:'(t Wilkinson-Oaborer "
F F White ' carpenter
E C Hamilton merchant
E E Charman druggist
J R Williams laborer Ore City No 3
G W Boylan '
W M Aldridge "
F A Ely capitalist ,
John Gillott "
0 Moran blacksmith
CW Fredericks "
Ed Baker farmer
W M Murray "
Samuel Hill man "
Neal Heater '
Sam Westfall "
A Molby "
H J Thomas "
A V Davis "
E P Carter "
Ira Bell "
A Lacey "
J L Kruse "
FT Larson "
John Schivie "
0 P Sharp
Jacob Miley "
J Vaughn "
Wm Stone "
FS Baker laborer
E Mass "
George Brown "
J K Morris "
Otto Olson "
Chas Catta dairyman
West Ore City
Following are the newly installed offi
cers of Oregon Lodge No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.:
Noble grand, E.W. Scott; vice-grand,
F. Habelt ; secretary, T. F. Ryan J per
manent secretary, J. A. Stuart; treas
urer, Sol Walker; warden, W. L. Mid
lam ; conductor, J.J. Cooke ; R. S. N. G.,
Judson Howell; L. 8. N. G., J. C. Brad
ley ; R. S. V. G., H. W. Trembath ; L.S.
V. G., Ed Olds; inside guardian, George
The following new officers of Abernethy
Rebekah Degree Lodge No. 80, 1. 0. 0.
F., were installed last Friday evening:
Noble grand, Mrs. Fred Metzner J vice-
grand, Miss Jennie Rowen ; secretary,
Hiram Straight; treasurer, Miss Estella
Bracken warden, Miss Gertrude Finley ;
chaplain, Mrs. J. W. Moldrum ; R. 8. N.
G., Lester P. Smith; L. S. N. G., Mrs
0. 0. T. Williams; R. 8. V. G., E. W
Midkm ; L.S. V.G., Mihs Claudie Hart;
conductor, Mrs. H.Cooke ; outside guar
dian, Fred McUncr; iiiBide guardian,
Miss Olive Luelling.
For Infants and Children.
Royal nukes the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
ROVAl SAKINa POWHFH CO., NSWVOHK.
F T Barlow vs Carl Huth ; default and
judgment for the sum of $100, interest,
costs and attorney's fees.
Bank of Oregon City vs John Schuttel
and E C Maddock ; default and judg
ment for $75.17 costs etc, and attached
property ordered sold.
Tootle Weakley Millinery Co vs EE
Martin et al ; default and judgment as
to W T Whitlock, for $307.10, costs etc.
D W James vs Wm Ohlinkamp and
John Dahlke ; confirmation of sale.
Merchants Exchange National Bank
vs H and J J Davoren ; demurrer to
plaintiff's complaint overruled and de
fendant given until April 1st to file an
swer. State of Oregon vs Charles Lescor, on
trial for assauhing Chas Roadarmel at
Clackamaslast June i jury failed to agree
M E McOarver vs Eliza Coleman et
al; sheriff's sale confirmed.
A E Latourotte, exec, vs E P Elliott
et al ; sheriff's sale confirmed.
John Dolan vs Lorenzo Winters ; sale
Investment Security Co vs Gabriel J
Trullinger et al ; default entered.
R Lingard vs Silas Bevens et al ; con
firmation of sale.
S C Cramer vs W T Burney et al ; de
fault and judgment decree for $504 etc,
and mortgaged premises ordered sold
Oelinda E Shipley, executrix of estate
of A R Shipley, deceased, vs M E Ship
ley et al ; confirmation of sale. '
Geo J Cnrrin, administrator of estate
of Henry Wehrheim, deceased, vs Fred
Stulke; order for publication of sum
John Holts vs John and Bessie Camp
bell ; default and judgment decree for
$850, etc, and foreclosure of mortgaged
State of Oregon vs G V Stricklin;
jury brought in a verdict for simple as
sault. E K Howard vs G W Grace; jury re
turned verdict as follows: "We find
for the plaintiff, that he is the owner
and entitled to the immediate posses
sion of a one-third interest in the 10
acres of corn and 10 acres of potatoes
described in the complaint, and we fix
the value of mi id one-third interest at
the Bum of $30, and we further find the
phiintifi's further damage herein is the
aura of $12." G B Dimick and J F
Clark appeared for the plaintiff and J E
Marks for defendant. On motion of J
E Marks 10 days were given in which to
file motion for a new trial.
Martha Doores et al, vs John
Doores ; given 30 days to answer.
J tl Settleinier vs Heine K Howard.
et al; dismissed.
Thomas Utiarman & Hon vs Walter
and Rebecca Ford; default and judg
ment for $303.94, costs, etc, and attached
property ordered sold.
William Pochin and Robert Whit
worth vs (iabriel J Trullinger, et al ; con
firmation. Stale of Oregon vs 0 W F Thiclmartn ;
plead Kiiilty to indictment for selling one
Kill of wh'iskv to Or in A'lkins for 10
centn, mid the Hcntence was suspended,
The cliargu in selling beer was dis
State of Oregon v Jamu.4 Troy;
charged with sodomy. The case was
dismisned, after the deiendant had been
confined in juil about eight months
ChaileH K Mnores vh Clackamas
County j demurrer overruled, and de
fendant to answer on or before Feb. 17,
Sidney Smyth and T 1 Randall vs
Jamej Shaw and James W Shaw ; jury
verdict in favor of plaintiff for $023.55,
interest and attorney fees.
Elizabeth Hess va Ttie Oregon Ger
man Bakery Company and Theodoro II
Linbe; motion for a new trial denied,
and on motion of plaintiffs attorney,
judgment was entered upon the jury
verdict of $8,500, costs and disburse
ments. Frederick A French vs Filancy Otis;
C K Kindt entered as attorney for plain
tiirto (Uncharge writ of attachment here
tofore iHKiied in the above-entitled action.
F M I'ickard vs Leonora K Pickard ;
T. P. McOubbin vs J M Tracy, execu
tor; ordered that writ of review issue
upon filing $100 bond.
Judge McBride has not yet handed
down a decision in the injunction suit
against Adolph hbolJ, for maintaining a
slaughter house at a certain location on
the Abernethy. Default and judgment
was entered in the suit of the Northern
Counties Investment Company agaiuet
W. H. Burghardt. Judge Mclirule was
in Astoria Thursday, and the court re
porter is taking testimony in the divorce
uitol hwigert vs bwigert. 1 tie
the term was dismissed Tuesday
Tim iurv fur
C. D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Commercial, Real Kslate and Probate Law
Office in Commercial Bank Building
OREGON CITY .... OREGON
Geo. C. Bbownku,
J. V. Campbell
TJROWNELL & CAMPBELL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW I
Caufleld Building - Oregon City, Ore
THOS. F. RYAN
1 'Nit.fl.rv Piihlifi Mirl T?a1 Hatnta RTTilroi"
Leading Insurance Agency or Clackamas
Money io Loan. Abstracts of Title Mnrtn
Drawing of Legal Doouments a Specialty
Oruee on east side of Miiin street
Between 6th and 7th
M. C. STRICKLAND, M. D.
( Hospital and Private Experience.)
Offers his professional services to the people o
uregun uiiy ana vicinity, special attentlou
paid to Catarrh and Chronic diseases.
Best of references given.
Office in Willamette Building.
Office tyjurs: 10 to 12 a. m., 4 to ti p. m.
OREGON CU'Y - - OREGON
J. W. WELCH
WILLAM ETTE BLOCK
OprosiTi P. ). Okkgon City, Ou
(J, H. ISOM,
Civil Engineer & Oeputy County Surveyor
Will be at Court Hone on each Saturday
and ou regular session davs of
C. N. GREENMAN
(Established 1866 )
THE PIONEER KX PRESSMAN AND
Parcels Delivered to All Parts of the City
OREGON CITY . "T . . OREOON'
OF OREGON CITY
CAPITAL- f 100,000
Transacts a Genoral Banking Buatnesa
Loans made. Bills discounted. Makes col,
lections. Buys and sells exchange on all points
tn the United States ana Europe and on Hong
Kong, ueposits reoeivea uDiecuoonecs. v
Bank open from D A.M. to 4 P. M.
D. C. LATOURETTE, FRED J. MEYER,
BANK OF OREGON CITY
OI.DKST BANKING HOUSE IN THE CITT
PAW VP CAPITAL, tM.000.00
Chas. H. CAvrus
Geo.. A. Hakdis
E. O. CADflELB
A General Banking Business Transacted
Deposits Received Subject to Check.
Approved Bills and Notea Discounted.
County and City Warrants Bought.
Loans Made on Available Becuritv
Exohange Bought and Hold.
Collections Made Promptly. '
Drafts Sold Available In Any Part of the
Telegraphic Ejnhange Sold on Portland,' San
Francisco, Chicago and New York.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Mill Feed, Lime, Cement
ar.d Laiid Plaster.
Ncblitt livery and Sale Stable
OREGON CITY, OB EGON,
On the Streft between the Bridge andtha
Double and dingle rigs and saddle horses a
ways cm hauil nt tho lowest rates, nd acorrk
also connected with the baru for loose stock
Any information regarding any kind of stock
promptly attended to by letter or person.
HOKHKS BOUGHT OR SOLD
Candies, Nuts, Fruits
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take laxatlvs Bromo Quinine Tablets. AH
' ''"'Kglsts rxfuud the money If It fails to eure, ifte