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About Oregon City courier=herald. (Oregon City, Or.) 1898-1902 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1901)
COURIER ESTABLISHED MAY, 1883
HERALD ESTABLISHED JULY, 1893
INDEPENDENT ESTABLISHED 1B9B
CONSOLIDATED IMPLEMENT GOMP'Y
SUCCESSOR TO '..
(Rrebe, .-fflarder & Co.
182, 184, 186 Madison Street, West End of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND VEHICLES
Remember we have the finest stock of the best makers to be found
I in Portland, including Farm and Spring Wagons, Buggies, Carriages
aim v,aris, mowers, ttaicers, i edders
vjiam jinmt 1 lows, cultivators,
1 umos, Harness, Bicycles, Etc.
Main Store and Warehouse, No.
PORTLAND, - .
Acorn Steel Ranges
Simond's Saws, the wood choppers' friend.
Syracuse Chilled Plows and Harrows, the
farmers' friend. We are sole agents.
We are headquarters for General Hardware,
Builders' Hardware, Air Tiglii Heaters!
also a fine line of warranted American
Pocket Knives and Razors for Christ- 1
0 or. Fourth and Main Sta.
and Hay Tools, Hay Presses
and Spring Tooth Harrows'
140, 148 Sixtii Street North,
lead the world.
Ve would like to give you a
very interesting talk on Carpets
and Chinese Matting. If you
should contemplate buying either,
be sure to give us a call. As we
wish to work off some of our sur.
plus stock, we will save you some
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
BOARD OF C0MM1SS10JS EliS.
Regular January Term of the
Morton, John Lewellen and T.
(Continued from last Week.)
j In the matter of Mortimer, a county
I charge. This matter coming on and
the board being fully adviaed, it is or
dered that Mortimer be changed from
the care and keeping of Isaac Prindle to
. the care of J. S. MnComb.
In the matter of damages assessed
upon roads. This matter coming on
upon the damages assessed upon said
road to be paid on or before the 6th day
of February ,2 901, or said road will bt
annulled ana held for naught, and it is
further ordered that hereafter wbe.e
damages are assessed by viewers upon
the laying out of roads and it. is ordered
by the board that the petitioners 'pa
said damages, said damage must be pfri j
within five months from the data of thi
order of the board, or said road or road
shall stand annulled and void. . . v
In the matter of the bond of M. E.
Kundle, as justice of the pea e, it is or
dered that the bond ofM. . Kandlo,
justice of the peace, for district No.
as filed, stand approved.
In the matter of the bond of Eli Wil
liams as county assessor, as filed herein,
be and hereby is approved. ,
In the matter of aid for Amanda Wi)
cox. litis matter coming on and the
board being fully advised, it is ordered
that Amanda Wilcox have aid from
Clackamas county at the rate of $8 per
month dating from Dec. 1, 1900, until
further ordered .
In the matter of the J. J. Kimball pa
tition for a road. This matter coming
on and the board not being fully a t-
laoVer or aZ MjiMcuiae to lay down and operate a rail-
laid over for a farther hearing. U-J beginning at a point where the
In the matter of the report of R. IT. . 'ty road intersects the line of Main
Tabor upon the Long road. This mat- -'net near the southerly end of Main
ter coming on upon the report of R. -. h"t in Oregon City ; thence southerly
Tabor. roaJ supervisor of DiBtric.,-- " ' uio'1t? said county road to the north
. . .... . ; '
15, and the board not being fullvIJiii'Wlary line of the towns'te of Cane-
vieetj, u is oraeren mat the same jf,
over for further consideration. '
. In the matter of the application for'
for Abram Yates. Tins matter cot
on and the board being fully advise t"
is ordered that Abram Yates have ; M.
from the county at the rate of $(J .;,
month dating from Dec. 1, 1900. ,;: ,
In the matter of the petition of Lu
Tucholke for a road. Now on this -. '
the above petition coming on to 1
heard on the petition, the ordurs of f
court, report of viewers and the pap.
on file in this case, and the said Lori. 11
Tucholke appearing by his attorney,
Scluebel, and Geo. H. Allen and Chas,
L'lfyson respondents and owners of the
land over which said road is located,
appearing by their attorneys, C. D. .&
D. C. Latourette, and the parties hereto
by their said attorneys, consenting and
agreeing to the following order, and the
court being fully advised and satisfied
that the report of the viewers is just:
It is' therefore ordered and decreed that
upon the payment by Louis Tucholke,
the petitioner herein, to Georae H. Al
len and Charles Olayson the sum of $a0.
in full compensation for damages to them
oy reason of the making of said road,
that spid road shall be a county road,
ana a perpetual rigiit ot way shall be re'
corded as such.
In the matter of the application of
Victor Johnson for cancellation of de
linquent tax tor 1899. The matter com-
tt'g on upon petition of Victor Johnson,
showing that lor the year 18H9, the e
oijsej of sec 9, tp 2 s, r 4 e, was doubly
finessed, but that said tax was paid by
tjiuor jounson, ana mat it was sold un
der the head unknown, and the board
w(ng fully advised.it is ordered that.
too cleric cancel said tax sale upon the
as book for the year 1S99.
u tlib matter of the application of O.
Johnson for a tax rebate. This mat
having been presented and the court
ig fully advised, it is ordered that C.
Johnson have a rebate of tax in the
of $2.10 in accordance with receint
tii the matter of the application of the
Oregon City and Southern Railway
Ooiapany, a corporation of the state of
Oicgon, for a franchise for a railway
upon the county road on or near
t hi east bank of the Willamette river
between Main street in Oregon Oity and
an j the townsite of Canemab, Clacka
oinfc county, Orgon.
sii this application of the Oregon City
anl, Southern Railway Company, a cor
r.mfttin nf ........ -1 t
'"'P'.'wu ui bun BLHLH ui wrHtffin. Torn
li'ijinsaia Ulackamas countv. state of
Irton, where the said county road en
""'viand connects with Main street in
r: 'Said townsite ot Canemah to the in
iction of Main and 14th streets in
( j town of Canemah; thence westerly
IK the center line of said First street
;h. id townsite of Canemah to the Wil-
tte river, and to erect poles and ap
ices and stretch wires thereon for
.s purpose of transujitting power over
time; and it appearing from the pe-
and the testimony heard in this
. 'fr Wi ifter viewing the said road
1 treets in said townsite, and it ap
, i'lng thntit would be for the best in-
J- of aUVorujeriM tfcai I J n.
j tv a;;y and convenient in the location
aid instruction of said road herein bo-
lore mentionea to appropriate all that
part pi sal j road, streets and alleys here
; iKjore described, and the court being
advHid in the premises, it is therefore
onioned and adjudged and decreed.
Tilt the said Oregon City and South
ern ttaiiwav VOmuanv. Its SIlcceRsnra
and assigns, be an1 the same are hereby
gruuteu me run rignt ana privilege to
contract, maintain and operate a single
or double track railroad of iron and
steel with all necessary turnouts,
Hiue iracas, swiicnes ana turntables,
aid to erect poles and stretch wires
thereon for the pnrpose transmitting
power ana current over the same along
ana upon tne county roau wnere it in
tersects the center line of Main street in
Oregon City; thence southerly along
Baia county roaa to tne nortn boundary
line of the townsite of Canemah, in said
iiacuamae county, state of Oregon,
where the said county road enters and
connects with Main . street in the said
townsite of Canemah thence alone and
upon said Main street in tin townsite of
Uanemaf to Willamette river, and with
power and authority to construct and
maintain wharves, docks, depots and
terminal grounds at the foot of said first
street at deep water In the Willamette
riVer for the purpose of transporting
passengers, freight and express and to
collect charges and tolls therefor, with
tne privilege to propel the said cars
wjth horses, electrify, cable or otherwise,
anu with the power and authority
tot operate saia roaa single or in con
nection with any other road or as a part
ot any c ther system, ana it is turther or
dated that the roxds to be constructed
under this francbiee nhall be completed
oy April 3rd A. v., unless pre
vented by legal proceedings, and when
ever said road or streets shall be im
proved by gravelling or otherwise the
owner or owners ol said railway shall
at their own expense improve and main-
lain the same between the rails of its
track or tracks and one foot on either
side thereof with the same material as
the said streets or road shall be im
proved. And it is further ordered that
the owner or owners of said railroad
shall build al. bridges iwceHnary for said
railroad the full width of the highway
with track next to the riverside, and
shall have the power and authority to
level up or cut down the said streets
and highways wherever it is necessary
to uo so to bring the same to proper
grades lor the operat.ou ol railwuys,
und it is further ordered that tin' said
Oregon City and (southern Railway
Company shall file its written accep
tance of this franchise with the clerk of
tins court within five days from ihe en
trance of this order in the records of
this court. And, whereas, it appearing
that the franchise heretofore granted by
the county board of coramisHioners to 0.
C. i'ields on tho 7th day of July A. D.,
1899, and appearing of record in the
rc-orl of the county commissioners
j'niinal, v tame 18, pages 180 and 181,
wi.irh saidvnehise was duly and regu
larly extended bj order of the board of
cour.ty commissioner "n the day
of a. D. 1900, as appears
tn the records of the proceedings of the
county com niasioners, journal, volume
-, page , bas been duly legally
Mid regularly transferred aid assigned
to t." said Oregon City tnd Southern
BUy Co"Pny, end the same hav
W. C. Holmaii
210-212-214 FRONT STREET, PORTLAND, OREGON
Stoughton Farm Wagons
Pontiae and Deal celebrated Michigan Buggies
Benieia Four Spring Mountain Hack
Second growth wheels and highly finished.
Peerless plows, all kinds. Only plow made on the Coast
Dowagiac Shoe, Hoe and Disc Grain Drills ' ' .
Buffalo Pitts Harrows and Cultivators
Feed Root Bone and Cider Mills .
Owen's Fanning Mills
Whitman Hay Presses
ingbeen duly considered, It is now,
therefore, orde that the said grant
as made to the said Q. C. Fields, with
the extension thereon, be and the same
is hereby confirmed unto the said Ore
gon City and Southern Railwsy Com
pany, and the said Oregon City and
Southern Railway Company is here
by granted all the rights and
privilezes granted in said order a if
the said grant had oriirinallv been made
to it, and it is hereby further ordered,
that the aid grant and privilege given
said (i. O. Fields be and the same is
hereby extended to April 3, A. D, 1901.
(continued next week.)
Notice of State Examination
Notice is hereby given that for the
purpose of examining all persons, who
may offer themselves as candidates for
teachers of the schools of the state of
Oregon.the county school superintendent
of this county will hold a public exami
nation at the court house at Oregon
City, Oregon, Wednesday February 13,
J. C. Zin8kr,
School Supt. of Clackamas Co.. Ore.
' ated'thls" iilst day" ol January ,'lSpiT
, Report of Sunnyside school, district
No. 71, Clackamas county, Ore s
Days' attendance, 932.
Days' absence, 121.
OaseB of ta'diness, 11.
Roll of Honor Sammy and Annie
Sohlegel, Conrad and Arthur Berner,
Hilda Ott, Alice Cotty, Mabel and By
ron Bowerman, Lydia and Burton
Deardorff, Dena Diesel, Emit and Milly
Oelschlaeger, Ollie Hubbard, August
Kruger, Willie Piper, Paul Mohler.
C. E. Mohlir, Prin.
School Officers, Attention.'
There will be a meeting of school
directors and clerks at the court house
Saturday, February 16, 1901, for the
purpose of discussing questions of mu
tual interest. I trust we may have ev
ery district represented.
J. 0. Zinbkh, '
Supt. of Schools.
An elegant holiday edition has just
been gotten out by the Oregon City
Courier-Herald, under the supervision
of Winifred 0. Campbell, formerly of
this city, a fine picture of whom appears
among the illustrations. The illustra
tions are superb and the writeups good.
Among the pictures are one of the fa
mous I Co., and separate ones of, Capt.
Phillips, Capt. Pickens and Lieut.
Campbell. Albany Democrat. ,
"The paper came duly to hand, and I
have enjoyed very much looking over it.
Many thanks for remembering me. Mr.
Cheney may well be proud of this edition
of the Courier-Herald." .
A. W, Cheney, Editor, Dear Sir;
Permit us to congratulate you upon the
very fine New Year issue of the Courier
Herald, which we have gratefully re
ceived. Many thanks for the same.
Pacific Christian Advocate.
A Fine Publication. The Courier-
Herald of this city, has issued an illus
trated New Year's .number, which is in
every way a verv creditable publication.
The literary part of the work was done
by W. 0. Campbell and the mechanical
part printing and press work by a
Portland firm. It Is a nice piece ol
work in every way. Enternrise. (The
reason part of the work was done in
Portland was this: It was impossible to
get skilled printers in Oregon Oity and
with our rush of holiday printing we had
more than we could do without this tz
tn publication. Ed.
18th YEAR, NOr-89"
Mrs. Delia Coleman, daughter of Mrs.
Martha Klinmler, died Jan 13, 1001.
She leaves a busband, two little sons,
two brothers, a ulster and a mother, be
sides many friends to mourn her loss.
Father Time with sickle in hand
Is traveling through. the land
Harvesting his precious grain.
Though our loss 'tis Heaven's gain.
Death again has visited our nook
And from us a precious one took.
This time 'twas a daughter dear.
It seems doubly sad, as it has not been
a year '.
Since the husband this life departed
Awl left this poor mother broken hearted
To her the cross is heavy to bear;
May she cast on the Saviour her every
Besides this mother bereft
A husband and two little boys are left;
Also, two brothers and a sister dear
Remain ou this mund are sphere.
Death, 'tho not unexpected, 'it a nevi re
... bloW......,.,..,.,,..-,,,,;.. i'i" ..'
But when the Saviour ce'id we have to
We all have to calmly await
And meekly submit to oui fate.
We all have dear ones gone before ,
Who are waiting for us on the shore
Of the land where there is no night ?
But all is beautiful, fair and bright.
(Corrected on Thursday.)
Flour Best 2.903.40: irraham
Wheat-Walla Walla 5355cj yalley
!c59j blueetem67c. '
Oats-White 41 42c; gray 40 41c.
Barley-Feed $15 brewing $16 per t.
Millstuffs Bran IIS : mlddHno. 91 ,
shorts 118 ; chop $16,
Hay Timothy $12 13: clover. 7(3iQ
Oregon wild $7.
Butter Fancy creamery50 and 65o:
store, 25 and 32.
Eggs Eastern, 22; ranch, 25c per doz.
Poultry Mixed chickens $2.753.00;
hens $3.504j springs. $23 50; geese',
$07; ducks $50j live turkeys 11
12c j ; dressed, 1214c.
Mutton Gross, .best sheep, weathers
and ewes, sheared, $4 50; dressed, 6
and 7 cents per pound.
Hogs choice heavy, $5 00 and $5 25 ;
light, $5; dressed, 5 1-2 and 6 cents per
veal Large, 61-2 and'
' 7 cents per
Beef Gross, top steers, $4 50 and $4
dressed beef, 6 and 8 cents per pound. '
Che-se Full cream 12o per pound
Young America 13c.
Potatoes 70 and 85 cents per sack
Vegetables-Beets $1; turnips 75(
per sack; garlic 7o per lb; cabbage $1.6
81.80 per 100 pounds; cauliflower 76t
per dozen ; parsnips 85c per sack ; celen
7090c per dozen: asnarai tu.
peas 34o per pound. - '
Dried fruit-Apples evaporated 5fl;
sun-dried sacks or boxes 3(S4c; pears
sun and evaporated 8gc; pitlesa plums
78c; Italian (prunes 67c; extra
silver choice 57. , , .
OREGON CITT. I
Corrected on Thursday, ,
W heat, wagon, 5.1.
Oats, 39. "
Potatoes, GO and CO cents per sack
lggs, 25 per dozen. '.'.
Butter, dairy, 35 to 45c per .roll
creamery, 60c. 1 , '
Drlod apples. 8 to fln nr ' '
V1"11 pru" Italians, 4c:
and German, 3c.
TO CUKE A COf.B 1W ONE D4f 1
Take Laxative Brorno Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if i( fejii
to rurer E. W. G,tj'i signature Is on
each box. 25c, '