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OREGON CITY COURIER
By A. W. CHENEY.
If oaid in advance. tier year 160
Six mouths 75
Three months' trial 25
The dale opposite your address on the
paper aoooles the time to which younavepaia.
PATRDNIZE HOME INDUSTRY.
OREGON OITY, JUNE 3, 1898.
Of Populists, Democrats and Silver
- For Oorernor W. K Kikq, of Baker.
For Congress, First District R. M. Vbatoh, of
for Secretary of 8tateH, B. KixcAiD.of tane.
For State Treasurer J. 0. Booth, of Josephine,
For Supreme Judge W. A. Ramsei, of Yamhill.
For Attorney General J. L. Story, of Wasco.
For State Printer Chab. A. Pitch, of Clacka
mas. Fur Superintendent of Public Instruction H.
8. Ltman, of Clatsop.
For Judge, Fifth Dlstrlct-W. D. Hare, of
For District Attorney Oro. Noland, of Clatsop.
For Member of State Board of Equalization
WM. Barlow, of Clackamas.
For Joint Senator, Marion and Clackamas H.
I, Barklet, of Marlon.
SUtfl Scnator-W. 8. U'Ubh, of Milwauklc.
Representatives Oeoriir Ooi.r, of Molallaj
Georoe Knight, of Oauby; James Coon, of Os-
We0' . .... t
County juoge w. n. hibhii "
Sherlft J. J. Cooke, of Oregon City.
Clerk Elmer Dixoh, of Kly.
Recorder Alfred Uieli.ino of Mllwaukie.
Treasnrei Jacob Shade, of Oregon 0ty
Assessor LnCENE Stout, of Clarkes,
School Supt. a. O. Starkweather, of Mil-
Surveyor A. Todd, of Needy.
Coroner Da. M C. SraicKH. I),of Oregon r.lty.
County Commissioner Wh. J. Cubbin of Cur
ilnsville, Vote the Union ticket if you want
economy in state and county affairs.
Indications point strongly to a victory
for the Union ticket all over the state.
Votb for the men that have voluntar
ily aaved the county over $3000 in less
than a year and a half.
A very conservative estimate of the
onion majority in Clackamas county is
-00. Make it more if you can.
8ow comes the report that a republi
can candidate will give two votes for one
for himself. They must be worried.
Ele.t the union ticket and you will
have no more of Dcewnell's gang, Ryan's
push, Forter'a mud machine or
Ramsby's third terms.
Vote for J. J. Oooke, a native of
Clackamas county for sheriff , and honest
W. W. Myers for judge and you will
have an economical county admistra
tlon. A prominent republican remarked the
other day on the street that ''the Enter
yrise is killing ui off as fast as possible
by Its tactics", which are not approved
by decent republicans.
Republicans can conscientiously vote
the Union ticket in this county and thus
turn down the bosses who are running
the republican party in this state and
county. Give them a good lesson.
Vote for every name on the ticket that
has the words. "Peoples, Democratic,
Silver Republican, after it and thus
show that you are in favor of economy
and retrenchment in public affairs.
A r.rri for the Union ticket is one for
retrenchment and reform and against
the gold -Stan lard, the trusts and every
thing inimical to the best interests of
the people. Le this not be forgotten.
Votkhs, remember that the republi
can!" have majority on all the election
boards in the county, in some caBos 4
out of the 5. The other side should be
on hand and see fair play if any illegal
voting is attempted.
Tint Hta e of Washington 10 months
ago elected a fusion officials and legisla
ture an I during the 18 months they
have saved, the Btate $2,980,720.77 as
comp red with the previous republican
administration. Why but try it In
Gkkk is die Simon candidate for gbv
emo . If you want to knife republican
bom rule, thin is what you should do
with t-eer when in the ballot box for the
audiudonH manner in which he knived
the presidi'iit (or honoring him with an
VoTg i it r,iina. t!tateamaii.
Now, it r iina very often in Oregon
and the Matemnan'a advice just means
thi "vote ol en" Well the union
witi, vnu oun. mil, mo union
party l gmng to take good care that tho
old guy ol voting often will not be played
ou them this time, and don't you forget
Tiikiik U not a remote postubil.
ity th t a ingle candidate on the ticket
leaded ' lieaukr People's" will be
fleeted, and those who vote for it are
imply throwing their ballots away and
neidi'titally moisting In the election of
be repub lean candidates. Wo hopo
thai our populist friends of tho middle-wlthw-road
persuasion will consider
careinlly tne effect of the unwise course
which they are pursuing and decide to
nut give assistance indirectly, though it
may be, to the money power which is
lapping the life-blood of this country,
The Prohibitionists liav jmi up ,i
stale and ountv ticket in as lln-y 1
never polled over 110 votes hi .
county you can e sil s.- the fully
doing when as likely,,:, . yi the v
they will poll would t-Um nine
tempera ee man in ( I ,e of aim.
who is not.
John (tiiwon, a Rrownell
defeated candidate hefore Mi
IV (111 i ,
convention, is circulating cir. tilar.
ing the people to vote t r M ir in m
ofU'Een. They hope t dnw ein
votes from U'Ren to elee Bmwi
Don't be mislead by lying ciicu
issued at the eleventh h ur
The votes of Oregon will do well ti
bear in mind that T. I' Ger vole i
against a bill to aboliaii the railr-ml
commission whilu a mem!er of the Ore
gon legislature. II you vv.uit the ue
less commissions aboliahe I vote i r
King for governor and for senators an-1
representatives: Earklvy, U'Ren, Og e,
Ooon and Kniuiit.
T'tu election in Oreg- n occurs on the
6th of June. The union bimetallic
ticket is sure to be elected. The Oregon
election being the ;;,.-t ono to occur a
vicory for the silver f ws will give
the party prestige, and he the begin
ning of miny victories m other fcta: s
during ths snmnicr mid fall. Silvc
Knight antl Wate! " nn.
In looking o' er the p ;l
presidential e eclion yon
prised to wo f i
prominent person i tint i
more in diffep'n1 v , ,
i i-ika oi
..III i he .
'i in i
m r uv i
h'.Q 1 I .1
iley can i-
ii may t
lion ; wli
They are nm popuu ; i ,
either. No wonder eii
the county, The r pti 'lic
repenting ngain hi.-, ele
Tmsiathe ti in limn Unit Clnokani o.
county haH bi-cn recyniw-! in the die
tribution of the nlute ofli'-.-s a. d it i.e
hoves evev votei in t'.Ki unty to voir
for C. A Fitch for state piintet. Clack
amas is the third largest uounty in the
state and the republic; ns h ive repe .t
edly refused to 'ecognize the people oi
this county, although thev had an op
portunity in the recen state convention i
to nominate A. rf. Dresser for attorney :
n.. . l- . .i . i
Ohas. A. Hitch, of (Jlackamas county j
is up for state printer and " ill likely be 1
elected, Editor Iitch is a Draetieal
printer of long experience, he is a man
of excellent ability, and has 'made his
record as a reformer. He has been ac
customed all his lite to live by the
"sweat of his brow," and when he gets
in office he will work to simplify the du
ties, to lessen the expenses and to make
the office a c.edit to tlm Mtuto urwl tin
instrument for the peoples good and graVe8 f !e deP?rt$ one8 rf,en
f i t g, , , graves in oun ain View as well as
vu. , ni;u miouiu ue
supported and elected for the good of
the taxpayers of the state. Eugene
Tub so-callod midillo-of-ihe-roaders
are designated on the olTioial ballot as
'Regular Peoples." The regular or
middle-of-the-road populis s united with
the democrats and Bilver republicans in
Oregon and in Clackamas county as
well as in nearly all the counties of (he
Btate and put up one of the cleanest
ticket ever nominated in Oregon and
Clackamas county, and if tho reformers
care for principle they should vote the
union ticket instead of throwing their
votes away o asaitiug in electing repub-
licans who are and always have been op
posed to reforms. The other repub
licans have joined with the other re
formers, who a lopte I a platiorra thr
seemingly no true populist can object
Rklow are the numbers on tho official
ballot that tippear beforo the names of
the union candidates of the Teoples,
Democratic and Silver Republican
parties Cut this out and take it to the
polls and get an x after each of the fol
lowing numbers between the number
and the names :
. , . . ' ,
1'tnowi'iK is tho list of letters remain-
hir uncallod for in the Oregon Citv itost-
ollice, June 2, 1S.8 : 1
Bussen, L Ilia Fureeson, It L
Hell, John 1 lull, Joe
Brown, John Oakleaf, Chas
ltutlar, r red 1'orter, L F
Croft Mason Steele, F K
lVxlgo AT Weber, Geo
Oarrin, F W Davis, Clara
In calling for the above letters say
"advertised." Uuo. F. Hokton, p. m.
We can assure all who Invest $40 inv
ictor, 18l, Model 35 bicycle, that thai
are getting their money's worth, an
that a greater amount of sorviceand sat
lsfacuon cannot U fiu,,,,i
bicycle, on the market at an equal price
BurmeisterA Audresen. 1
ME.ttJ. ,AL O " 5vi,ViCES.
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u.i i't pie.
i ,i lit noiv prevaling
. . mole man usual
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: closed, and
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. ii' i Mrs.
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f he Park
'i i ii'che I to
i ite ritual
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fterthe i. tl proces
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w hh hiiimoi i i
The show er
v 1 1 .'tirinit ili
School ehil Iru .
if fidl at inter
i vi'tited many
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in h I not pre
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;'i'ity, and the
vmIi marked in-
f Mr (..'line,
the city from
! it who'had
par i ie, atrnong
vent Slnvely's ope
packeii to its u ,
'arKe nudience li-n ,., i
terest to tin" imp :v
the eloquent oration
illny ,,eopit. w ;
Pnr land, and o le i 1 ,
relatives interred in
e-metery and the rural dist icts were
Never before did Mountain View
cemetery present a neat.r or more at
tractive appearance, as it is now under
the immodiate direction of the city
council cemetery omitiittee. Water is
now conveyed to the cemetery from the
reservoir at Ely, which proves a great
convenience io uiose lesirimj to keep
llie Masonic and Odd Ku ows rnmHtcr inn
were literally covered and banked with
flowers and floral offerings.
Following is the personell of the com
mittees, who arranged and successfully
carried out the Memorial services: G
A. R. J. T. Apperson, chairman, C.
H. Dauchey, M. E Willoughby, 0. A.
Williams. Women's Relief Corps Mrs.
Jennie B. Harding, Miss Jennie Rownn,
Mis. llosina Fonts, Mrs. Millie Shadle
and Mrs. Jennie Meldrum.
For best groceries at cheapest price go
to Marr & Muir.
Fob Rknt Three Hue rooms in a quiet
place in Green Point near car line,
furnished or unfurnished. In
quire at Courier office or A. R. Doolittle
The Romans were the epicures of all
the ages and gathered from sea, earth
and air the dainty or substantial pro
duct of a luxuriant age for the dolecta
tionof the palate. The average Araerl
an youth is young Roman in appetite
nd if his mother or wife wants to find
good things to feed him, she will see
A. ROBERTSON The Grocer
vtr fv .....
e oner ten splendid lines of X. U-Vff '$.&
boys' Washable Sailors at the
Low Trice of. fit . jfe,
a Suit. These are actually worth
$1.50 and $2.00. See them and
A. B. STEIN BACH & CO.
Cor. Third and Morrison Streets,
Vitalize Your Blood. Overcome That
Tired Feeling. Get a bottle of
Hood's Sarsaparilla and begin to
take It TODAY, and realize the great
good It is sure to do you.
IsAmwrtca's Greatest Medicine. AU druggists.
C. D- & D. C. LATOURETTE
A1TOKNEYS AT LAW
Commercial, Real Estate and Probate Law
Office la Commercial Bank Building
OREGON CITY . ... oRF.or,N
Geo. C. BaowNKLl J, v. Campbsil
BROWNELL & CAMPBLEL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Oregon City, Ore
THOS. F. RYAN
Notary Public and Real Estate Broker
Lkadino Insurance Agency op Clackamas
Money to Loan. Attracts of Title Made
IJrawmg ol Legal Documents a Specialty
Omce on east side of Mata street
Between dm and 7ln
M. C STRICKLAN D, M. D.
t Hospital and Private Experience.)
Offers his professional services to the people ol
Oregon City and vicinity. Special attention
paid to Catarrh and Chronio diseases.
Best of references given.
Offlee la Willamette Building.
OoVe hours: 10 to 13 a. m.r 4 io p. m.
OREGON CITY Z 7 . . OREGON
J. W. WELCH
Orrosnm P. O. . Oazaon Citt, Orb
C. H. ISOM,
Civil Engineer 1 Deputy County Surveyor
Will be at Court House on each Saturday
and on regular session days of
C. N. GREENMAN
TBI PIONEER EXFKE88MAN AND
Parcels Delivered to All Parts of the City
OREGON CITY .... OREGON
OF OREGON CITY
CAPITAL 9 too, 000
Transacts a General Banking Business
Loans made. Bills lUuounted. Hakes ou
lections. Buys and sells exchange on all points
in the United States and Europe and on Hong
a.ou(. ueposHsreceivea suoiecnucnecs
Bank open from (A.M. to 4 F. M.
V.U.b&lvunni mi rivau v, nfiifia.
BANK OF OREGON CITY
OI.DB8T BANKINO HOUSE IN THE CITY
PAID VP CAPITAL, $30,000.00
Can. H. caITLiid
Oio. A. Hardim
B. O. Caufiild
k General Banking Business Transacted
Deposits Received Subject to Check.
Approved Bills and Notes Discounted.
County and City Warrants Bought. .
Loans Made on Available Securitr
Exchange Bought and lold.
Collections Made Promptly.
Drafts Sold Available tn Any Part ot the
Telegraphic Exchange Sold on Portland, Sau
Francisco, Chloago and New York.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
PIONEER DRUG STORE
IF TOU WANT DRUG i J i :i;
GEO. A. HARDING & CO.
Their prices are the lowest and their dru and .Medicines arc
strickly pure, fresh and of the best quality.
Your patronage soiiceted
Fresh Stock of
Depot for HAY and FEED
Heinz & Co. have purchase the Grocery
and Bakery of Gibson & Lindsey, and will continue
to keep a first-class line of
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
BREAD AND pastpv a-
Old Established Bakery, opposite Postoffice.
Oregon City, Oregon.
.Bicycles With Wings...
.d 3 ei Z el aPPTch tofly'" ?et attain"l. The experts who perfect
ed and the makers who produced the Chainless Bicvcle are public bene-r'0-
Nobreak8- No friction caused by exposed driving
F)h.iniaUt!!tl0n88aryV You. by the wheel-he Columbil
Chainless does the rest Not an hour of time takep to keep the Chainless
in order for a year. More durable. More handsome in appearance? Less
expensive "in the end." Absolutely satisfactory under all conditions of
ArW.e.,jU7biChai,:le88itan 88 the greatest aidiievemen ol
America's oldest and most modern and complete bicycle factory "Yon
see them everywhere." They are xou
STANDARD OF THE WORLD.
Columbia Chain Wheels f 75.00
Columbia Tandems llift.00
Vedettes $35.00 40.00
IS THE TIME to clean
house and repaper your
rooms and paint your
IS THE MAN to do
the painting and papering
in a first-class shape a
very low prices. Leave
orders at paint store, near
OpPosi h -i.i...e
WHEN YOU SSLECf....
Shoes choose the best. There
is no reason why you
should take inferior goods
when ou have our
wide range of Stock and
Styles to select from. We
offer you the best makes of
shoes at (he best prices. Com
fortable, healthful shoes at
prices that astonish, please
and convince, etc.
Or (-"i r i
OF LOW PRICES
Willamette Block, Oregon City
And an election was held to decide
which is the best flour to buy what a
Would have. Made in Oregon City
by the P. F. M. Co., and sold by all
Jill Wnmens a RO
Secondhand Wheels ..."
40.00 to $50.00
CHARMAN & CO.,
flnt.rafo Tlrnnniftn A.-i-
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Mill Feed, Lime, Cement
and Land Plaster.