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QON CITY COURIER.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1898.
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Should be kept out in the fresh air
aa much as possible. It frets them
to be kept continually indoors. No
excuse for not supplying "baby with
a new BABY CARRIAGE when
the prices are so low and we give you
all the time you want in which to
pay for them.
t. u.u gar j
Baby Carriages aro
BELLOriY & BUSCH
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE
In SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS at
the PIONEER STORE of
CHARMAN& S0N ;
A full line of
Boots and Shoes,
Dr. A. A. Barr
Have Your Eyes Examined
Scientific Optician, formerly
of Minneapolis, has charge of
the Optical Department for
A. N. WRIGHT, the Iowa
Jeweler, 293" Morrison " St.,
TO-:-G. H. BESTOW-"
DOORS. WINDOWS, MOULDING and BUILDINC
Li.vair c.viu patuai kveu offered for first-olass goods.
Shop Opposite ConKreicatixnal CliuvcK Main ttreet, Oregon City, Ore.
. The Geiihakia Market
Is the cheapest place in the city
to buy t t t t t r
FIRST-CLASS FRESH MEATS
Seventh Street, Near Depot, Oregon City.
F. J. Ostkkiioltz, Props. t t t
OIL CLOTHS, LINOLEUM, SHADES
J. G. MACK & CO.
88 Third Street
Proceedings of Regular Hay Term
Petition of P A Baker for a resnrvey
of a portion of the Oregon City and
Pavton road granted and G W Prosser
John Darling and L A Shipley appointed
viewers and owing to a faience and in
anility of county surveyor H H Jolin-on
was appointed to survey.
Petition of F T Coiless et al for a
county road rejected on account of d -fective
Petition of C Holmstrora, supervisor of
road district No li, for a resnrvey of
part of Forsythe road grimed uno W II
Smith Capt Apperson and John Straight
appointed viewers andE.P Kands sur
veyor. Fence in road in district No 24 or
Petition of 0 Lewthwaite et al for a
county road dismissed, county to pay
Matter of VVra Phillip's taxes, being
sold on double assessment. Mr. Marley
granted rebate and Phillip's receipt to
hold ko id.
Subscription list of donation work and
petition for money, on Forsythe road
granted and $50 allowed. '
Petition of J L Vosburg et al for a
county road granted and L P ium
power, T S Mann and JN Harrington
appointed viewers and H H Johnson
surveyor owing to absence and inability
of county surveyor. '
Petition of W H Mattoon et al for
a county road granted and T C Jubb,
hrank Collins and A H Wheeler to view
and If H Johnson to survey.
Petition of B FLinn et al fora county
road granted and Wm Mattoon, Gus
Schuebel and Henry Hornshuh appoint
ed to view and H H Johnson to smvey.
Subscription list of donation work and
petition for' money in district N 24
granted and $45 allowed.
Supervisor notified to grade road from
New Era toCanbv on telephone line.
Bids of Smyth & Howard for crushed
rock for Willamette Falls road at $1.25
per cubic yard accepted.
Aiu for Chas Cut' ing ordered discon
tinued from May 1st and for D H Tuttle
from May 4th.
Subscription list of donation work and
petition lur money in district No 23
granted and $4:.50 allowed.
Resignation of J M Tracoy as road stl
per visor in road district No 12 accepted
and Olem Clark appointed to fill va
cancy. . i
Road supervisors ordered to give bonds
in lum equal to amount apportioned bo
as lo indemnity the county in case
the apportionment is overdrawn. V
Resignation of O Rands, judge of elec
tion in Oregon City No 8, accepted and
J L Swafford appointed to fill vacancy &
Aid for Mrs Root from indigent soldier
fund ordered discontinued May 1st.
House rent of Mrs. Runy n discon
tinued from May 1st.
Aid of $") per month granted Mrs, Ti
tus from June 1st, payble to H Straight,
Tax rebate for '91 taxes on 8 of sw l4
lotsb' & 7 of sec 30, ti 4 s, r 1 e. granted.
Poll tax rebate of W E Owens granted,
the same to be deducted from bill due
.Matter of change in J R Lewis road,
which was not surveyed last month on
account of change in ihe deputy sur
veyor. H H Johnson appointed to sur
vey. Supervisor Erb ordered to spend $25
on grading Schuch's m 11 road.
Application of John Jones for increase
of aid to $12 granted, to commence June
Allow ance for aid of Lin Jones reduced
from $t0 to $15 after June 1st.
Resignation of Eu Bates Jr, as judge of
election in Garfield precinct, accepted
and Ed Bates sr , appointed.
Pauper bill from Baker county cut to
$1.50 per day and poll lax deducted.
subscription list of donation work and
request for money in district No 19
granted and $100 allowed.
J N Harrington appointed inspector
to receive crushed rock on Willamette
Receipts of clerk and recorder f I
April, $342.85 and 197.7o respectively.
Ulerk ordered to advertise for olds lor
bridge on New Era and Waldron road.
L M Herron, sheriff's acct $ 3 00
R Frey tag, pauper acct 6 00
Geo Rillin.locating gr, v 1 pit. . . . 2 50
Mr Hoag, cutting timber in road. 8 00
H A Wefater, State r J Volkera 2 00
WL Johnson " " " " 3 00
G 15 Dimick ... " ' " " 5 Oil
Honeyman De Htrt & Co, road
bidge. 27 50
Oailton & Rosenkran 3 73
R LRuBsell, pauper ' 6 00
(4 B Pimick inquest H Parritt. . 8 60
Part W illiams, pauper H 00
Geo B Rate &0",road'and bridge 104 20
W II Savage, sheriff 1 50
Mrs J Shadle, ir ct.... 75
Life insurance lifts mortgages.
Life insurance educates orphans.
Life insurance preserves the family.
t ;fn inenranre hnilHs a barrier to the almshouse.
Life insurance enables a man to live up to his income.
Life insurance supports the credit of the business man.
Life insurance lays the foundations of home and independence.
Li fa insutance encourages the mariage of prudent men and women.
Hfe insurance keeps embarrassed estates out of the receivers' hands.
INSURE IN A GOOD COMPANY
THERE ARE NONE BETTER THAN
TJE MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of Springfield, Massachusetts.
H. C. COLTON, Meager
Rooms, 312-313 Chamber of Commerce,
F L Mintie, road and bridge.... 3 00
C Schuebel, state vs D P Earp . 4 95
C E Burns, " 3 15
G B Dimick " 5 00
Courier, stationery 6 uo
Wilson & Cooke, court house . . 3 75
" " road and bridge. 15 05
W A Huntley, stationery 52 76
Bellomy & Busch, court house.. 2 7
A Mather, pauper 10 CO
F T Bralow, " 22 85
W F Hubbard, " 2 50
Red Front 5 00
A S Dresser, county 15 00
D L Paine, insane. 5 00
G B Dimick, dist atty 5 00
Chas Holcomb, road and bridge 2 00
Herald, stationery 7 n0
Herald, printintr 27 75
P Nehren, road and bridge .... 3 00
'' board prisoners 14 2H
L Stout, assessor 64 80
Ida Stout ' 48 00
H Siraight, pauper 19 85
O C hospital " 69 (iO
L Winesett " 16 00
Bessie Groiit.sheriff 6 00
T B Hankins.sheriff . ... 4150
Ina Chase, clerk 2 0'
Lindsey & Son, road and bridge. 7 28
W H Young, commissioners 6 00
0 H Isom. sheriff 29-75
D W Smith, clerk 31 50
1 Selling, pauper 7 0U
Mrs L Winesett, pauper 20 00
Austen' and Weston Co 379 00
Circuit court witnesses
IM Wilson, atite vs Lescor. .. . 3 0)
0 L Rodarmell " 3 00
Max Webster, 3 00
Frank L Weber, state vs Walker . 4 46
Grand jury witnesses
E Riggs 5 fO
F C Klingler 5 00
Josephine Smith 4 6:)
fit Hall 6 6H
JCCHall 5 20
J J Kranse 3 80
Hiram Piatt 3 00
W S Ewing 3 00
T W Baker 6 00
L M Herron. . .
Jurorb circuit court
E H Burgliard, grand.. .'. ..... 10 20
J A Talbert 9 00
GCBoyland 9 20
Wm Stone , 9 60
J R Williams 8 2'
F J Walkley '.' 16 40
Geo Lazelle 8 80
A L Larkins, petit..- 4 80
A H Wing 5 20
Gotfred Wallace 7 00
Wm Backner 7 20
Geo Loekerly 9 20
M Groshov o 80
Louis I' link .
J L Matlock..
N Nelson . . .
S D Coleman. .
O Oasca Iv 5 60
Enos Cahill 5 10
II J Thomas 6 00
Wm Bird 8 00
W II Counsell 5 61
Otto Oleson 2 41
John Shadol 10 -'()
H Henrin 10 01)
W VV Porter .... 2 40
A ,T Kellojg . . 2 20
K Morris 2 40
RT Beattie 2 20
Geo Boylan. 2 20
r A Ely 2 20
Chas Noblitt... 2 20
T Hardestv. ..." 2 20
Ernest Rands 2 20
Bills laid over
Oharman & Son, pauper 46 05
Nmytn Howard, road & bridge 150 00
isms cut down
E A Sominer, inquest . , .$10 00 $ 5 00
.1 Dawson, pauper 2 00 2 MI
Glass & Prudhomme 14 00
Wm Kaiser, county 11 60
P A Baker, county 12 00
0 E Burns, reform school 14 00
Glass & Prudhomme, sty. 32 40
BILLS NOT ALLOWED.
Chas Noblitt, inquest
Continued next week.
10 0 1
UNION CANDIDATES MEETINGS.
Messes. W. S. U'Ren, J. J. Cooke
and James Coon will speak at the places
and times given on the left of the
column marked "A" and Messrs
W. W. Myers, Geo. Ogle and George
Knight, will speak at the places and
times on the right marked Joint
discussions between U'Ren and Brown
ell are expected at the places marked
"J. P." All meetings are for 7:30 p. m.
unless otherwise stated. Other candi
dates and speakers will be with each
party from time to time.
Panby May 12
Suunysiile May 1:1 . . ,
Pnrkplaco Nav 14 ...
Needy Miiy 1H
IMnv 17, ...
Murqusm .T. I) . . Muv 17 ...
BtaviT l.nke Soh'l H Mnv IS.. ..
MoIhIIh, J. D.,2 p. 111., Mny 11) . .
Mulinn Mnv 20 . .
Bt-uverCreek .UH 2pm Muy 21 2 p,
Mink School House. May 21
Lotjan, J, 1) JVlav 2H ...
Viola . ,. Slay 24
Maple Lane May 2.V
Marksburt? May 2U
Union Hall May 27
Brown fccliool H 2pinMay 2
Lelnitri School House Mar 2S
Milwaukie, J. U Jlnv 80
Wiilnmetie - May 8
Holcomh School II. ..June 1
lU'dlands June 2
l'lnrki'8 June 8
Oregon Cily June 4
. Maplo Lane
... ... . i)t,nia:UH
. .. ... Sandy
. .Canyon Creek
. . Oswego
Stafford keh'l II.
... l'lensant Hill
Frog I'ond Se'l II
I'liien hi'h'l 11
. .. . . Harlow
. ... Logan
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES' MEETINGS
The candidates of the republican par
ty and other speakers will address the
voters of the several precincts of Clacka
mas county on the following dates, meet
ings lo begin at 7:3ll p. ni.
The members of the central commit
tee of the several precincts will make
the necessary arrangements to secure
proper places to hold the meetings and
to advertise ihe same.
Sprlimwater May 14 .
Tualltin May Hi .
Clarke May 17
Highland May 1.
Molalla .. ...
Soda Springs .
Kagle Creek . .
DamasteiB . . .
.1 ay20 .
. May 2:1 ..
.May 21 .
May Jo .
Urown H. li.
. .. . Sandy
. .Currlnsvil e
Charles W. Risley, administrator of
the estate of Henry Naas, reported hav
ing received $0939.23, and disbursed
6807.24, and sta ed he had on hand a
balance ol 131.9U which he jwas ordered
to turn over to the estate. :
Christian Heiser, administrator of
the estate of Curl Heiser, made his final
report, and was discharged.
F. O. Klingler, guardian of Ella Calla
han, was ordered to close up the affairs
of the estate and turn them over to Mrs,
Oallahan.ehe having attained her. major
ity. Gustuv A. Schuebel was discharged
as administrator of the estate of R ,v t
James M. Tracey, sr., was discharge 1
as administrator of the estate of A. T.
Plowman All the prnpmty at issue
was willed to Triim ,n Muhityro and
The final report on the estate of John
Anderson was male and the executor
Charles Cltirson administrator of the
esta e of W. li. ( layson. filed his report
showing receipts amounting to $5000.
The com t ordered the claims nail, the
balance on hand to h applied on the
commission of the administrator. Tuns
d'.iy, June 7, was set for the final hear
ing of the case.
Rosa Neibert, administratrix of Con
rad Neibert, fi ed final report and June
2d set as date for final settlement.
H. W. Slnwwas appointed guardian
of M. Giffo-d, an insane man, and G. J.
Trullinger, Frank Miller and Peter El
mer were appraisers of the estate .
In the matter of the Sarah McC 10 es
tate, the sale of real estate was con
The administrator of the estate of Ed
ward L. Eastham was discharged.
NO CURE NO PAY.
That Is the way all r'ru;lst sell GROVE'S
TA8TKI.K9S CHI IX TOMC for Malaria, Chills
ml Fever, It Is simply Iron i nd quinine in ro
asteless form. Children lor it. Adults prefer
al bitter, nauseating Ton cs. Prlo 60o. For
sale by C. (1. Huntley. Unuvist.
.May 27 fiartielrt
Oregon City June 4.
By order of the republican county cen
J. C. Bradlf-y, Chairman.
A.S Dkkbser, 1st Secretary.
G. B. Pimick, 2d Secretary.
A Sure Tliiuic for You.
A transaction in which you cannot lose
is a sure thinu, Rdiousness, sick head
pel e, fnrtcd tongue, fever, piles anda
thousand "other ills are caused by coc.j
silpalion and sluggish liter" Uascarets
Cindy Cathartic, the wonderful new
iiver stimulant and intestinal tonic are
I'V all druirists guaranteed to cure or
money refundeit. C. O. C are a sure
th ing. Tiy a box to-day ; 10c, 26c, f0
Sample and booklet free. Alldiuigbt
For best gr Jceries at cheapest price go
to Marr A luir.
Royal nuke the food pun,
wholenm nd delicious.
own baking pownm en. , Mtw vom.
A YOUNG R03IAN
Cor. Front and Taylor Sts.,
Largest and Best Stock of...
...In the Northwest
The Romans were the epicures of all
the ages and gathered from sea, earth
and air the dainty or substantial pro
ducts of a luxuriant age for the delecta
tionof the palate. The average Ameri
can youth is young Roman in appetite
and if Ids mother or wife wants to rind
good things to feed him, she will see
A. ROBERTSON The Orocer
Consistency of Oregonlan.
It seems from a recent editorial in the
Oregonian that Scott and his lieuten
ants have gotten the worst of it by ad
mitting articles having a bearing on the
money question. This must be rather
humiliating to the Oregonian readers if
it is not to the editorial staff of that pi
It is a well known fact that there is
no better talent on the Pacific coast than
is employed on the Oregonian and a
back down at this time, after admitting
that the money ejuettion was the over
shadow ing issue is rather insignificant.
It conies with very bad grace for the
great daily after boasting of its fairness,
its unswerving loyalty, its lofty and pa
triotic devotion to our matchless repub
lic, to close its columns, ling down the
curtain ami declare that war is the is
sue and that trie gold standard is to be
forced on our people without asking
their conseni or the consent of anv other
people on earth. Is this what the peo
ple voted for at the last election when
Wm. McKinley was e!ected president,
and is it true as etated by Ex-Judge
Harlan of The Dalles "that the republi
can party of today is the party of imper
ialism." The real gist of the whole matter and
the course which led ihe Oregonian to
adopt such a course is that the great
daily has been so unmercifully whipped
by the silverists and thefiatists that i s
Wall street masters have called a halt.
The writerof this sai l (when Uoswell
G Hoar met the little giant Harvey and j
failed so completely that even the Ore
gonian was led to remark that there was !
no one except Carlisle who was capable
of discussing the money question) that
it was useless for ordinary mortals like
the Oregonian editor to try.
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