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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY' 1, 1901,
Board of Cotnmissioners.
(Condoned from page 1.)
WHMattoon, farmer ..... Viola
r" GeoC Armstrong, farmer. . "
Lorenzo Tenny, farmer - "
A A Ford, farmer W Or City
'' Chad E Shannon, farmer.... "
Nicholas Huffman, farmer.. "
Philip Scnare, farmer "
Henry C Cormick, farmer. . . "
Clias A MeMillin, jrocer, ... '
Jacob Boylaii, farmi-r "
VVm P Shively, farmer "
Friday, January 25.
In the matter of the application for
I'hanee in the Fields franchise. On this
the 25th day of January, 11)01, came
aaid cause for hearing and upon applica
ion of G C Fields; the cause was ad
journed until lomorrow at 10 o'clock to
give the company an opportunity to get
Saturday, January 26.
In the matter of the application for
the change of the Fields franchise. The
Oregon (Jity and Southern Kail way ap
pealing by its attorney, 0 D Latourette,
md objects to any amendment oi
change in the orders, heretofore made
hut requesting a postponement, It is or
dered that the matter be oostDoned. un-
in iu a. m. Monday next.
In the matter of the tax levy for the
year 1900. It is ordered by the board
'hat there be levied upon all valuations
according to the assessment roll for the
ear l'JOO, the following rates, lo-wit:
"Hate tax , .... B.3 mills
Uountv tax 12 7 "
School tax 5.0 "
Road tax 5.0 "
Total 28 "
And that a poll tax of $3 be levied on
nil male citizens over the age of 21 years
na unoer me age oi ou years not other
wise exempt, and it is further ordered a
'ax ol one cent per head on all Bheep
"wned in said county as shown by the
nsseHsmerit roll for the year 1900, also a
ax of 1-4 mill on all real estate and per
sonal property as shown by said roll to
e UBed as scalp bounty fund according
hi session laws for the year 1899,provid-
rng eaid law he not repealed by he preS'
-nt legitdature, hut if said law be re
pealed I hen the levy bo far as it relates
o Bcalp bounty law stand annulled and
held for naught .
Monday, January 28.
In the matter of the petition of the
"outtiern racillo Uo, the Oregon & Cali
nrnia Co and (J W Gunong and others
ror a revocation of the franchiwo hereto
'ore granted to the Oregon City and
Southern Railway Company. Now at
his time this matter coming on to be
heard, the Oregon City-8oulhern Rail
way Company, appearing by their at
'rneys, (! 1) Latourette and Cotton,
Teal and Minor, and the Southern Pa
rifle Company and the Oregon it Oali
'ornia railroad by, its attorney, G E
Hayes, and O VV Ganong and others by
'he deputy district attorney, J U Camp
'ell, and it appearing to the court that
aid order granting said franchise was
ntered.by miHtake and that said order
loes not conform to the intention nor
he understanding of the court at the
line said fianchise waBgranted and said
"rder entered in extent and manner of
fining said parts of the county road and
reets granted in said franchise and the
Mint being fully advised in the prem--es
it is therefore ordered adjudged and
screed that eiid order be and the same
it hereby rescinded.
In the matter of the per diem and
mileage of county commissioners. It is
ordered by the board thnt the per diem
nd mileage of the commissioners be al
ed as follows, to-wit :
I R Morton, 5 days and 40 miles $19 90
lohn l.ewellcn, 9 1
r B Killin, 6'
(Continued next week.)
Furnished Every Week by Clacka
mas Abstract & Trust Co.
JO Hall to P fitoller, Its 7, and 8 In
Pleasant Hill, being 9.24 as in the
WRB Cotton elm 500
V F Yenny to M N McKlnster, 04 as
Jn the Woodcock elm in r2e...,2300
Baker to G Griebel, trctadjoinin
ins Canemah on the south , in the
Hedges elm 200
E Boylan to A S Latourette,
trustee, lot in Darling's Add to
Oregon City 100
H J Puine to J B Trullinger, 1-7 in
tereitt in the D L C of G J Trul
ico Hosteller to M llendiick, 11 as
in the ne cor of bw of sec 7 and
roadway in I D Murry elm oud 0
as in the se cor of the J M Bacon
elm and lots 1, 2 and 3 in sec 7 in
t6, 1 e 450
V G Miller to M (5 Miller, lots 1 and
2 in Parker Hill Add to OC 1
M Doolittle to James Ward, lot 1
in blk 5, Sunset City 500
T F Uynn tc L K Williams, 8 as in
sec 8. t 3. 2 e r,u0
I Critwr to O and E Critser, 14 as
in elm 88, 3,1 e 5o
I A Neil to W D Wolverton, ne of
of see 12,3, 5 o
I" Kudy to A V Pinklev, e of
sw Bee 27, II. flu
;4 A Stoin to 1) M Asher, e of no
so sec 14, 2, fie
C F White to It M Story, lot 7,
blk IM, Central Add to 0 0
Peler Celiac to I M Davidson, lots 1
and 2 bi o 18, 2. see 18, 2, (i e
Had to Conquer or Die.
'I was just about gone." writes Mrs.
Rosa Hichardson, of Laurel Springs, N.
C, "I had Consumption bo bad that the
best doctors said I could not live more
ban a month, but I began to use Dr.
King's New Discovery and was wholly
cured by seven bottles and am now
stout and well." It's an unrivaled life
saver in Consumption, Pneumonia, La
tirippe and Bronchitis; infallible for
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Hay Fever,
Croup or Whooping Cough. Guaran
eeetl bottles 80c and $1.00. Trial bot
tles free at Geo. A Harding's drug store.
A Hew Method of Vein Pralt
Is to prepare It In such a manner that
it still retains all or Its natural prop
ertles and then combine It with eslected
grain, thereby producing a perfect
breakfast beverage. This is the way
Flgprune Cereal, the substitute for cof
fee and tea, is made. Tour grocer sells
It. Ask for sample.
Why Some Children are Restlens
Ana nervous even their own mothers
are unable to tell. Perhaps they are
given coffee or tea to drink. Flgprune
Cereal, made from rich, wholesome
fruits and grains, Is a beneficial sub
stitute for these beverages. It will aid
In producing strong nerves and good
health. Made like coffee. Looks like
coffee. But It's 54 per cent fruit and
46 per cent grain.
If you don't feel Just right substitute
Flgprune Cereal for coffee. It's the
perfect food beverage. At grocers.
WANTED AH ACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHAR
acter to deliver nd ollect la Oregon for old
tarnished manufacturing wholesale house. 1900
year, mre pay. Honesty more than experience
required, our reference, any bank in any city.
u;iuae leii-nuuresoea stampea envelope. Alan
ine turers, Tkird Floor, 834 Dearborn St, Chicago'
S. SEAMANN, M. Di
Calls promptly attended at all hours
EVE8 tented and properly itted with GLASSES
Office Honrs 10 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m.
Willamette Building - Opposite Postofflce
OREGON CITY, OREGON
M. C. STRICKLAND. L.
(Hospital and Prlv'mc Kieneice.;
Sen his proleulonnl . n-ien. to she people ai
Oiegon City and vicinity. Special attention
paid lo ('atari h ami i-'tironio diseases.
Best ol references Riven.
unice iu niimiiHite Huuaiug.
10 to u a. m., i to . m.
A Poultry Paper Free.
The Courier-Herald has made ar
rangements whereby we can send "The
Western Poultry News" one year free'to
any person paying one year's subscrip
tion ic advance. Old subscribers who
pay up and pay one year in advance can
take advantage of this ofl'er alst). The
Western Poultry News' is a big 16-page
monthly chicken paper, published at
Lincoln, Neb., and is an acknowledged
authority on poultry methods. It net
only interests fancy breeders, but the
housewife in town or country, who wants
to make some pr6flt from a few hens.
It also has a Belgian hare department.
If you want a poultry paper, here is
For Over Fifty Years
An Old and Well-Tried R
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by millions
of uiothers for their children while
teething, with perfect success. It
soothes the child, softens the gumn,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and h
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Is
pleasant to the taste, Sold Lv Drus-
Kists in every part of the World.
iwenty-nve cents a bottle. Its value fc
mcalculwble. Pe sure and ask for Mr
Winslow's Soothinn Svruu. and take m
Reliable man lor manager of branch
office we wish te open in this vicinity.
If your record is O. K. here is an oppor
tunity. Kindly give good reference
when writing. .
Tub A. T. Morris Wholesale Houbb.
Illustrated catalogue 4 cents stamps.
A Gentle Jin'.
In our style of climate, with its Bud
den chanties of temperature, rain, wind
and sunshine often intermingled in a
single day, it is no wonder that our
children, friends and relatives are taken
from us by neglected coldB, half the
deaths resulting directly from this
cause, A bottle of Boschee's Herman
Syrup kept about your home for immedi
ate use will pervent serious BitkneBS, a
large doctor's bill, end perhaps death,
by the uee of three or four doses. For
curing Consumption, Hemorrhages,
Pneumonia, Severe Coughs, Croup, or
any disease of the Tliro'tt or Lungs, its
success is simply wonderful, as your
druggist will tell you. Gut a sample
bottle free from Uuo. A. Harding. Kesu
lar size, 75 cents, Get Ureen's Prize
A Fireman's Close Call.
"I stuck to my engine, althougheverv
joint ache 1 and every nerve was racked
with pain," wiites O. W. Bullaiuv, a lo
comotive (Iranian, of BurlingtonIowa.,
"I was weak ami pale, wiMiout any ap
petite and all run down. As 1 was
about lo give up, 1 got a bottle of Elec
tric Hitter, and, alicr taking it. I felt
hs well as I ever did in In v lii.e " Weak,
sickly, run down people it! so e niu new
lite, strength and vigor fioin their use.
Try them. S.ilisfac iou guaranteed lv
J low it in Jioue.
The fust object in life wiih the Ameri
can people is to "get rich ;" the second
how to regain good health. The first
can be obtained by energy, honesty and
caving; the second, (good health) bv
using Green's August Flower, Should
you be a despondent Butler from any of
tbe ellects of Dyspepsia. Liver Com
plaint, Appendicitis, Indigestion, etc
such as Kick Headache, Habitual Cos
tiveness, Dullness of the Head, Nervous
not suffer another day. Two doses of
the well known August Flower will re
lieve you at once. Go to Geo, A . Hard
ng and get sample bottle free. Resu-
larsue. o cents. Get Green's True
G. E. HAYES
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Stevens Building, opp. Bank of Oregon City
OREGON CITY ' OREGON
0. W. Eastham - (i. B. Dimick
DIMICK & EASTHAM
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Commercial, Real Estate and Probate law Special
ties, Abstract of Title made, Money Loaned.
Beference, Bank of Oregon City
C. Schuebel W. S. U'Ren
U'REN & SCHUEBEL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OREGON CITY OREGON
C D & D C LAT OURETTE
A1TORNKY8 AT LAW
Commercial. Real Estate and Probat Lav
Offlos In Commercial Bank Butldln
uaoy cut . ojuaoi
GEORGE L. STORY
LAWYER and NOTARY PUBLIC
Will practice in the Circuit, County and Justice
iouns in tne county.
A L Chargis Reasokable
Abstracts Furnished. Money Loaned
Office In Stevens Building, OREGON CITY, OR.
Western Edition American Agriculturist.
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weekly of the Western and Mississippi
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with illustration!) by able artists, combine
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THE FAMILY FEATURES;!,1
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Addrc or Call DR. KCOOLER, 2d and Yamhill
T. F. Ryan
ciere or courts E. II. Cooper
8hnff ....J, J. CookS
Treasurer a. Luelling
Assessor Eli Williams
School Superintendent J. C. Zinser
Surveyor Ernest Rands
Coroner M. C. 8trickland
(I R. Morton -Commissioners
! T. B. Killin
Sheriff .. J.R.Iackl" iua.m.
Recorder Ed. Dedman
Assessor . ..J.G. Porter
"County Court meets on first Wednesday after firs'
Monday of every month.
Probate Court meets on first Monday of every
Oirenlt Court meets on third'"Monday In Apriland
flrsr Monday in November
OREGON CITY OFFICERS.
Mayor Grant B. Dimick
Recorder Bruce C. Curry
Chief of Police C. K. Burns
Treasurer Linn Jones
City Attorney A. 8. Dresser
Street Commissioner John Green
Sup't. of Water Works W. U. Howell
City Engineer Ernest Rands
Oouncllmen R. Koerner, J. W. Powell, W. B.
Zumwait of First Ward; Wm. Sheehan, C O.
Huntley, O.O.Albright, of Second Ward: ET W.
Scott, 8. D. Francis and Ed. F. Story, of
l''ouno" mM" first Wednesday of each month
DR. GEO. IIOEYE,
Office In Caufleld Building, Main Street.
BulUOI AND ChoWN WOKK A 8PBOIALT
All work warranted and satisfaction
DR. L. L. PICKENS
Prices Moierate. All OperatlonefGuarsnteed.
DR. FRANCIS FREEMAN
Graduate of the Northwestern Univer
sity Dental School, also of American Col
lege of Denial Surgery, of Chicago.
- Opposite FottcJJict
C. N. GREENMAN
(Established 186S j
TUK PIONEER EXFKESSMAN AND
Parcels Delivered to All Parts of the City
OUKUON CITY T . OREGOli
jTef Land Titles and Land
Ollice Business a Bpeolalty,
ROBERT A. MILLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will nraotlce'ln all the Courts of ths Stats
Rooms 3 Weinhard Building
Opposite Court House
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
to do your
Painting and Papering
If you want first rlass
and Tin Shop
JOBBING AND REPAIRING
Opposite Caufleld Block OREGON CITY
iw.i ic,, o you. tan Keep u
wret a while. Before its too Utt.
ro aud see or write to this old doc
tor. He has been treating such
caes lor over xt years and perfectly
ic.iBuic. ruruwnes nis own medi
cine and tells ne tales.
ol the Old St. Louis Medical and
Surgical Dispensary, uoti Yamhill
Street, Portland, Oregon, positively J
fuiraatcet to remove
failed, and we ruarantet it
elc-eur4, 00 diflereoct bew)
R'nmisiiont, cured permant-l
ellcctuailv cared in ,u
"d fllie of youth can be
this olJ Jwhor will .4 ,
vu - make you perfectly strotif J
antaxvd at his tucreM iu ruriua A
Miahtlv KmnnsK.,,,.. .!
mtlkv ar bloo.lv urln- u'
treated and nermantiv r.ir.i
hundreds treated athatnef
bottle at Vedtlmt and tilaatt la tkt bottlt,
at at it la tkt (aorataf. If it a) doudv at 1
ling an tt, you hvrt awna kidaty at klaldt J
Ia kakaa m i
every year iwasuW
First Presbyterian, corner Seventh and Jefferson
sl eets Rev. A. J. Montgomery, pastor. Ser
vices at 11 a.m.nd 7:80 p.m. Sabbath school
IU a. in. J.f. B.C. E. meets every Sunday
evening at 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thurs
day evening at 8-00. . .
Evannelical Church, corner Eighth and Stadison
Streets, ltev. U CoDlew Tiwuir , MrUioUD
j Sablialn at 11 a m. anu 7;S0 p. m. Sunday-senool
Prayer meeting f rinrsday evening.
Bt. run is episcopal, coiner Ninth and liver
Rev. P. K. Hammond, pne lor. Services, Simday
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Snndov school nt 10
a. m. Fridays, evctiing prayer with fddrcBS
at 7:30. ,
8t. Johu's, Catholic, corner Tenth Btreet nd
River Rev. A. HHlebrand. pastor. On Sun
day, mass at 8 and 1J:S0 a. m. Every Sunday
uermau sermim arer n o'cioeK muss. At nil
other nmsueR Enjrlish sermons. Sunday school
2:30 p. m. Vespers, Apologetic subjects and
uriieuiuiiuu at iup.ni.
Methodist Eplseopal, corner Main and Seventh
Btreets Hev. R. A. Atkins, pastor. Mornlna
service at 10:15, Sunday school at 10:00,
Evening service at 7:S0, Epworth League Sun
r'ay evenlnirat6:30, prayer meeting Thursday
ev Tiiiig at 7:30. Class meeting alter morning
United Brethren, corner Eighth and Pierce
. streets, Rev. Cocking, pastor: Services every
Sunday at 11 a. m and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school at 1C a. m. Youna; Peoples Meeting at
6:30 p. m Sunday. Prayer mee.ing every
First Congregational, oorner Main and EUventh
s.reetB Rev. E. 8. oll'nger, paor. B-rvices
10:30 a. m. und i:80 p. m. Sunday school after
morning service. Prayer meeting Wednesday
evening at 7:80 Prayer meeting Y. P. S. C. IS.
Sunday even'ng at 6:3u .
First Baptist, corner Main and Ninth streets
Rev. J: H. Hevan, p .stor. M rnlng servic,
10:30: Sunday school, 11:45. Kv.ning service,
7:30. Regular prayer meeting, Thursday even
ing. Monthly covenant meeting, Wednesday
eveni :g preceding first Sunday in each month
Eighth and Jefferson streets Rev. Mevers
pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m Services
at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p'. m.
perman Lutheran, Onlo Svnod.corner of Eighth
and J. Q. Adams streets -Rev. Ernest J. W.
M. E. South Hev. T. P. Havoes, pastor. Third
Sunday at United Brethren Chutch.
Free Methodist-Rev. J. W. Eldridge, pastor.
Preaching, first and third Tuesdays at 11 a. m.
Prayer meeting Every Thursday evening.
Services held in Congregational' church at
List of All Societies in this County With
Meeting Place and Date
Oregon City Lorijre No , Ancient Order Red
Cros 2d and 4th Fridays at Willamette hall.
Falls City Lodge No. 15!) rf A. O. U. W.-Every
Saturday evening In A, o.U. W. hail on Sev
Oregon Lodge No. 3, 1. O. O.K. Every Thursday
evening at Odd Fellows' hall.
Falls Encampment No. 4, 1. O. n. F. First and
third Tuesdays at Odd Fellows' hell.
Willamette Iiciiekah Degree Lodge No. 2 The
second and fourth Fridays in l.O.O. F. hall.
Mnltnnmnh Lodge f- o. 1, A. F A A. M Regular
communications on 11 rat and third Saturdays
Myrtle Lodpe No. 24, D. of H. Every Friday in
a. O. U. W. hall.
Clackamas Chapter No. 2, R. A. M. Kcgular con
vocation third Monday.
Court Robin Hood No. 83S0, F. of Willamette
hall on second and fourth Fridays.
Pioneer Chapter, No. 28, O. E. 8. Masonic Tem
ple on Tuesdays.
WIllnmelleCflmpNo. 14S, W. of W. First ard
third Fridays in Willamette hall.
Modern Woodmen of America. Cam Vi. r,f,fifi
meets second and fourth Tuesdays at Willuu-
ette hall, i
Falls Grove Circle No. 32, W. W.-Willamette
umi, J iiemniy evenings
Wache.no Tribe. No. 13,1. 0. R. M. Tuesdiy eve-
u'ur m iHjuuicu s iiitii, jaggar ouuuing.
Union Veterans Union Second S.uuidav
each month at 1 p. m. and fourth Saturday,
7:30 p. in , in armory.
Meade Post, No. G. A. R. First Monday of each
nioiiin at mnametie nail.
Crystal Council Order Pendo, No 161,-Every
Monday at Redmen's hall.
Council No. 221, A. O. P. Every Tuesday at Red-
4X1 c u a unit.
Cataract Lod&e No. 76 K. of P. Every Wednesday
at UailrnAii'a Imll '
Meade Relief Corps. No. 18. Meets ftt Willam
ette hall on the first Monday at 2 p. m.. cd the
third Monday at 7:30 p. m The auxiliary meets
at the armory on first and third Saturdays at
McLouglilln Cabin No. 4, Native Sons rf Ore
gon, meets at Willamette hall on seoona and
ivunu monuay evenmgs.
at. John's Branch No. 647, C. K. of A.-Kvery
Tuesday evening at their hall.
United Artisans, No. 7 Willamette hall every
Tualatin Tent, K. O. T. M.-A. O. U. W. hall
upper Seventh street, on second aud fourth
Oregon City Board of Irade-At court house on
vumj in eacn montn.
Columbia Hook lad Laddtr Co. First Friday of
each month at Fountain engine house.
Fountain Hose Co. No. 1 Second Wednesday
... uivuiii uruuiuHiii cugiue nouse.
Cataract Hose Co. No. 2 Second Tuesday of each
month at Cataraot engine house.
Oreifon flty Hose Co. No. 8 -Hose house on the
uui mi, wnru luesuay oi eacn month.
Mt. View Hose Co. 4 Hose house at Elyvllle
Pig Iron Lodge No. 13o, A. O. V. W. Every
Thursday evening at Odd Fellows' hall, Oswego.
Molalla Lodge No. 40, A. O. U. W. First and
thlrdrsaturdavi at school house, Molalla.
Gavel Lodge No. 56, A. O. IT. W. Second and
third Saturday evenings at Knight's hall, Canby.
Clackamas Lodge, No. 67, A. O. C. W. First and
third Mondays at Strite's hall, Clackamas.
Sunrise l odge No. 43, A. O. U. W. Second and
lourth Saturday at Wilsonville.
Mistletoe Lodge No. 20, D. of H. Every Tuesdav
Rehekah lodge No. 71, I. O. O. F of Oswego
Oswego Lodge No. 93, 1. 0. O. F. Odd Fellow's
hull, Oswego, every Monday evening.
Lone Pine Lodge No. 53, A. F. & A. M., of Logan.
General Pope Post No. 52; G. A. R- Klrst Ratnr.
day ol each month at Orange hall, llullno.
General Crook Post No. 22. (. A. P.. School house
at Needy on First Saturday in each month.
Star Lodge No. 05, K. of P.-Everv Wednesday
evening In Castle hall. '
Canby Lodge No. 5fi4, 1. O. G. T. First and Third
Saturday evenings at Knight's Hall, Canby.
Oswego Lodge No. 448, 1. O. G. T. Every Friday
evening in new hall In old town.
Cnnby Spiritualist Society-First and Third Sun
days of each month.
New Km W C. T. t First Saturday in each
month at their hall in New Era.
Sprinewater No. 2f,3, P. of H.-On second Satur
day utter lull moon.
Canby Board nfTrade-Knlghfs hall, Canby on
lirst and third Fridays.
Central So. 2i,7 P. of H. Third Saturday at Beit
vert'ri'o k hall.
Iliirdliig No Vii P of II
-Saluiday after full
Jlllwaukic '".range Xa.jsii p.nf n. Third Sutur
day hi 10 a. in.
Molalla Grunge Nn. 40, P. of H. Their hall
ncnr Mulino mi the second Saturday ol
each month at 10:30 a. m.
Myriln Assembly No. 7 I'. A. Every Friday at
Bntto ('retk Fair Association of Maniuam-
llolds an annual fair.
Tualatin Grange, No. Ill, P. of II. T ast Saturday
of each month at their hall iu Wilsonville.
Warner Grange No. 117. P. of H. Fourth Satur
day of each month at their hall in New Era.
Bntie Creek Grange No. 82, P. ol H. At hall in
Marquain second Saturday In each month.
Oswego Grange No. 175, P. of H. Second 8atur-
day In each month.
Damascus Orange No.SfiO, P. of H. First Satur
day in month in Oamascus school house.
Highland No. Ml, P. of H. First Saturday In
month, near Clarke.
Strrtlariet of SoHtliet art Madly rtquttltd I
mXjl tht editor aj any tkangt (a placet m
Sebatl report card for i
!o tt th it cf
For Best Goods,
And Prompt Delivery.
7th and Center
E. I. SIAS
Watchmaker and; Jeweler
CANBY . - . OREGON
BANK OF OREGON CITY
kUVT BAH KINO HOUSE III THE CITf
FAID BP CAPITA!, 150,000.00
Cha, H. CAvruaa
' Gbo. A. Babdih
I. G. OAunau
A General Banking Business Transacted
Deposits Received Subject to Check.
Approved Bills and Notes Discounted.
County and City Warrants Bought.
Loans Made on Available Security
Exchange Bought and old.
Collections Made Promptly.
Orafta Sold Available In Any Part f the
Telegraphic Kxohange Sold on Portland, Baa
Franniaco cnloairo an! New York.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits. i
J. C. BRADLEY'S
Livery, Feed I and Sale Stables
Nearly oppositelSuapeneion bridge
First-Class Rigs of All Kinds
OREGON CITY, OREGON
A PERFECT BATH ROOM
seatlal to perfect comfort and health. Our
estimate on putting In Plnmblnir Work .nrl
Ittings for large and small honses will be found
surpassingly low when quality of Iwork and
material nsed is considered . -.. ff
We waald be pleased to baven opportunity
to submit figures. "
F. C. GADKE
W. H. YOUNG'S .
Livery & Feed Stable
Finest Funera; Tamouts in city
OREGON CITY. OREGON
If Ton Want High Grade
Stam - Photos
OREGON CITY, OREGON
SHANK & BISSELL
Telephones, Night or Day
Seventh Street Near Depot
of OREGON CITY
CAPITAL f 100,000
ttaaaacta a General Banking BntlneM
IrMni . Bills dlscoanted. Mak oa
Maii. Buys and sells xcaangso all Dolnu
K tkeVatM i)MM and Burop and on Xaii
M. aVspaatte (Meivad aab)t to ahack.
JI too I A, M. a t. M.