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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1901.
Clackamas County News.
(Continued from page 2.)
As no one will take notice of our town
I take my pen to let you know we are all
able to navigat.
Thi' world and the t.fxt and then
We have had flue weather for the past
two weekR, something unusual for this
time of the yi-ar.
The fine weather we have been having
has started a number of the farmers to
plowing, and if suh weather continues
another week there will be some sowing
Two bald eagles were seen soaring
over this place la8t week, something
that is not often seen of late years.
It looks as though sprng is about here
as tne hinemrds are with usagain.
P. J. Ridings dehorned his cattle last
Prof Halpruner's dancing class was
well represented from this place last
I? 'j ., .
J. A. Ridings is preparing to pole his
new hop yard which adds 10 acres more
to his yard.
Miss Zoe Shaver has been visiting
friends and relatives in Oregon City and
Portland tor the past week.
T. 0. R. has been making ax handles.
They are an right, but you haven t the
handhold fixed yet.
Steve Philipi hasn't been in our town
for some time.
Fall sown grain looks very well.
An enjopable surprise was given Miss
Carrie Adams last Wednesday evening
by the school children. The evening
was spent by playing games suitable for
It looks as thorn h our pleasant
weather will continue for some time.
John Comer left las; week for Wash
ington, where lie will work in a logging
Feb. 4. Squib.
Spring has opened in this part of the
country. The sun is shining; the birds
singing their sweet melody; the fog is
gone and the weather is calm and clear.
The entitle are looking line in this
part of the country for this time of the
Ball brothers are making quite a num
ber of improvements in the way of slash
ing and falling timber.
Oal Ball has built, a new wagon shed,
which improves the appearance of his
Kmith brothers have just comDleted a
lanseoattle shed, which improves the
looka of their place.
MisB Ur.ie IWIiendl. of Curtis, is
staying with her sister, Mrs. Tillie
uiuitii, una winter.
Mrs. Rnd SinltK mu.ln a i.;.. n..li
the other day.
Mr. Lindgnist's family have colds.
George Williams is having bad luck
with his sheep This winter he has
lost 10 head, ind more are sick.
Rumor says thur. Ft-tor Anderson has
runted hit. place to his broiher-in-lrtw,
' Mr. Wiimlow, and he ih going to the
gold fields to hunt for his fortune.
Dank.! Pnndietoil lum a new hnr nr. hia
house, and Imij wLLulds his head a notch
Mr. an I Mrs. Andrew Johnson gave
a supper in honor of their 10th anniver
sary and invited their friends and neigh
bors. Vocal and instrumental music
were rendered. The guests enjoyed
hearing several selections from a graph
ophone. At a late hour dainty refresh
ments were served, after which all went
home wishing Mr. and Mrs. Johnson,
such pleasant time in another 10
years. The following guests were pres
ent! Mr. and Mrs. Lindguist, Mr. and
Mrs. S. B. May, Mr. and Mrs B. Snith,
Mrs. Engle, Mrs. Lamb: Misses Annie
and Nellie Lindguist, Lizzie Berhendt,
Carter j Joe Uingo, Clay Engle, George
Williams, William Smith, Carl Gerni
son. Rumor says there is going to be a
wedding soon in this neighborhood if G.
W. makes many more trips down on
Carl Gernison left for Washington to
work in the rock quarry at Fisher's
Bird Lamb and John Comer went to
Washington to work in the logging
eamp at Hill's, but William Smith
thought he could make more money at
Feb. 1. A Mountainkrr.
IF You would know
The Whole Truth,
Read between the lines.
is the most
of any of the
G. E. HAYES
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Stevens Building, opy. Bank of Oregon City
OREGON CITY OREGON
There will be a social hop in the new
nan at v iola veb.VM. which will be
given without fail. All are cordially
invited. Good music and a general good
If you intend to take a trip East, ask
your agent to rmite you via The Great
Wabash, a modern and up-to-date rail:
road in every particular.
Through trains from Chicago, Kansas
City, Omaha or St. Louis to New York
and New England points. All trains
run via Niagara Falls and every through
train has free reclining chair cars, s.eep
ing and dining cars.
Stop over allowed on all tickets at Ni
Ross 0, Clink.
Pacific CoaBt Pass. Agent.
Los Angeles, Cal. j
C. S. Okank, Gen'l Pass Agent.
St. Louis, Mo.
O. W. Eastham " ' o. B. Dimick
1)1 MICK & KASI'HAM
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Commercial, Real h state aim 1 lubme luwPpedal
lits, Ah-tra (of Title nmd, Mnuey Loaned.
Keference, Bank il Oregon City
Clerk of Courts
Treasurer ........ ..
ui injure f
C. Schubhel W. S. U'Ren
U'REN & SCHUEBEL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
)K BOON CITY OREGON
T. F. Ryan
E. H. CooDer
J. J. Cooke f CHURCHES t
' ' , . ...... . . .
A. Luelling rreawwiiniiunni --evomnana Jefferson
Bit Williams ,l sets Rev. A. J. Mont-rouiery, pastor. 8er-
j. c. Zinser vioes at 11 a.m.md 7:oil p.m. Sabbath scnool
Ernest Rands 10 m- i . r.S. O. K meets every Rnndny
M. C. Strickland 'evening at 6:a p. m. I'juyer meetin Thurs-
(I R. Morton l'n eveuiiia i r-.v. . ,
Commissioner... . ..- 1 T. B. Killin Evangelical dhurr i. c.yr.M Eighth and Madison
(John LewHlen strews. Key! d oph.v 'piiir r-ervices every
Deputy Clerk ' Klmer Dixon l"",,l"llD l J' " 111 aim 7:.Mi p. m Sunday-school
" Sheriff . , .J.K.Jack iu.s. rr.'erieet-.n,niinrdMiy evening.
" Keoorcier , Ed. Dedman St. Pnnly Fplsi.oivi, ( ..nier Ninli and river
Ahsessor ..J.(i. Horter Kev. IA K lli.nuum, , HBrlor.brvicpK.8iindav
Comity Court inents on Bret Wednesday after firs' 111 11 s- ""'' 7 'fC r '" HiK'Iny tclieo) at 10
Monday of every month. I a. di. b riduya, evening jjrurj er with t ddrcss
Probate Court meets nn flrst Mnnriav nt inn at , 7:30
i Bfc.'Joh . t'a'.hollc. corne Tenth street jni
iroim (jouri meets on tnira Monday in Aprlland j ,iver Kev. A inili-hrnHd. pastor. On Sun
nrst Jlonday in Novenilier . day, irMs at 9 uml U:8fj(. in. Every Sunday
, , r-. L VTriiiuiu r-riliuji at t'UCJOlK mass. Atll
other innvs KtiKliwhernions, Hundav school
ORKGON CITY OFFICERS. , 2 -.:to p. o. V sprts. Apologetio subjeete T and
Mavor .... Grant B. Trtrntnlr "e':" lmnM ' " . m
U. Si D. C. LA'IUURETTE
A1TORWEX8 AT LAW
Commercial, Real Ettat and Probat Law
' Offla In Commercial Bank Bolldtnt
UOOJC OITT .... tUOOB
GEORGE L. STORY
LAWYER and NOTARY PUBLIC
Will practice in the Circuit, County and Justice
courts in ineuouniy.
A I. Cbarubs Rkasohable
Abstracts Furnished. Money loaned
Office In Stevens Building, OREGON CITY, OR.
C. S. SEAMANN, M. D :
Calls promptly attended at all hours
EYES tested and properly flrttd with GLASSES
Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m.
Willamette Building - Opposite Postcfflce
OREGON CITY, OREGON
This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
the remedy that curen a colli In one day
M. C STRICKLAND. :.: O.
(Hospital and Privmi. '"xpHr.pin:...,
Offers his profeiKionaf i vtre;-. to the people o
Oreiou City and vlHmiy. Spi-fial aiiution
paid to Cauirih and i.'hronlt: dlaeatea.
Best ol releruiieiM l6U.
Office in Wlllaun tie Bulldlnr. I
Omce huurs: 10 to H a. m., I to I p. ut.
OBEOON CITY , . 0ll0O)
Chief of Police ... ....
Treasurer - . . . .
Street Commissioner . . .
Sup't. of Water Works .
Bruce C. Carry
C. E. Burns
A. S. Vvssur
. Ernt-ai Rands
Oounoilmen R. Koerner, J. W. Powell, W. B
.uiawun ot (list ward; wm. siwliuu. u
Huntley, C. O. Albright, of Secoad Wind; E. W.
Beott, 8. D. Franois and Ed,' E. atory, of
Third Ward .
Council meets flrst Wednesday of eaoh momh
WANTED AN ACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHAR
acter to deliver and colled i Oregon for old es
tablished manufacturing wholesale house. .900
a year, sure pay. Honesty in.irt) than experience
required, our reference, any bank tn any city.
Enclose sell addressed stamped envelope. Man
facturera, Third Floor, 834 Dearborn St., Chicago
l)R. GEO. iiOEYE,
Office In Caufteld Building, Main Street
8R1LH31 AND OrhWJI WORK A PPKCIALTT,
AH work warrante d and latisfaction
DR. L. L.. PICKENS
Prices Moderate All OperationsGnarsnteed.
DR. FRANCIS FREEMAN
Graduate of the Nurthwestern Unlvir
llty Dental School, aUo of Atuerican Col.
lege of Dental Surgery, of Chicago.
Willamette Block - Opposite Postcffici
OkKQON ClTT, OREGON.
The elite of Lojsaii were given a dance
il HUB lirown'B ISaturtlny mht pre
nimtbly lo finninh fiiiidn to defray the
expenses uf the great nluep uiuu to In a
Saturday night Mrs. McOnbbin aa
very Hick and wan not expttoil to live
The wenlher for Ihe jumt two weeks
baa been exceptionally tine, and the
armera have have been making use oi it
to their nliiitiBt ability, smne of them
Mug ready to sow their crops.
J. M. Tracy went tn Portland Tues
day with it loml of drvsr-ed pork.
The measles are ngain in our midat.
Kn-dderber and fumilv have been
having an attiu-k of the measles, lm;
ihey aie better now .
Our rvhiMi is proirri-Ksing welluudor
the iniiiiaoement of Mits Maie,.
The ho inea niet.ikiim ieh Miuave of
Mie i leii-Hol w n l oi , i th,. .,, , n ,11V!)
Hid i.-.-lfi gtb 1' M'l ins woik tti'l. n'oo;;.
y ll..ii.il', ii is l-ii-Mirg n ,., i,iirili
which in tilile an a..iiii,.i t. Vu l.i.
Char'e Stone, who iteenlly pur. based
Hie old Viola ;iiM mill, is pulling lier
ID first clasH condition.
Sonieentorprisiog man would do well
to tai t a creamery or cheese factory in
Viola. The people of tbia place would
milweribe libemllv to any enterprising
man. Something like 150 cows could lie
aecured ami an abundance of water
power could be had with little cost,
t'hiaia the most central place, being ad
jacent to Springwater, 'Highland, Ked
ud and the upper rart of Logan. Any
ne contemplating starting luch an en
nrprlse would do well to in-estlgate the
J. KElMRfl KESSLER, Ll.D,
Loot Hers, Ymm t&i
lp aay pUfft without lose of tlae from buatueu.
DlT7TTlTllPTHCur,br"ol0raaa remedy. Thta
IDLLI fllil lOifl remedr was scat ta Dr. Keasfer iv
it ( niiii. 11 aaa ucver laueo, ana w f uarmmin n.
fit I) Qfippt! Vlctra, Caaccr, ett. cured, no difference Um 1
PB1YATP. ?U6,C- This docter iiartes to cur aay
Your looks tell on you. Can keep it
ccret a while. Before its too late,
ro aud sec or write to this old d.a
, ur. ne, nas oeen treating eurki'
i p wfTor over se veare a.i.'. frf. -tbr v 1
ie.ia'';le. fuinisi,e his veu mci'J
i-.jc ana uusAouaea, , . r
4'sL Mie Old m. tojis Medical a4i
'Jl fciat f'tl Wspeusaijr, ij0)i Ytuhtii i
C. N. GREENMAN
XUK PIONEER EX PRESSMAN AND
Parcels Delivered to All Parts of the City
OREGON CITY m OREGON
TLand Titles and Land
Ottice Bualiess a Speolalty.
. a,.i . . j i
' tw''- guiraaicei ie .amove
I ni I A 1 fi ease ef Syphilis, Conetraea, Olcet. gtrietare-4
cured, no diftereace how loaf auadlef. peratitorrkew, J
Less of Manhood, or tflgkUy K-nataatoaa, cured perauac-f
j hdu w awH aanae cuKinjuiy even in ajeaen
tlata. , 'i
TOTTOU Tour ,rT,r nd 'oUI" T can be,
1 UU a U Juiifl remedied, and tkla old doctar wiU jrle yea
wkoleaerai advice and cut you -make you perfect It sttau
a keallkT. You will ke emuwd at hla eocetae In caniai
eta'ereVeM; mbuil " Nightly KmmUaUas, eel,
YidIei and mm complaikts. j
atafkl, eleVnlt. toe beanent, milky r bloody urlae, a.'
ntrat eTtackiarBisw, earerXiOy treated and pcraantly cured.
t Wee, kacuautl.m ama neuralgia treated by our aearrcniedicaf
. and cures m uaraateed. 1
' fatlenuVeated la aay part of the oeuatry by hit hornet
. tyeuai. Write full rartieutara enclose tea tc ataaips and 7
'we will aaewer yeu premnUy, kuadrede treated at kaeaeV
. who are naabie to eeeae to the City. )
ROBERT A. I1ILLER,
ATTORXLV IT LAW.
Will jpraotlee in ill the Court! ot the Stats
Rooms 3 Wuiuhard Building
Opposite Court House
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
to do yo.tr
Painting and Papering
If you want first class
Melh.xiisl Kpbennal, corner Main and Seventh
streets Rev. K, A. Atkins, pastor. Morning
vrvice at to-16, Sunday school at 10:00,
EveniiiK srvloe at7:E0, Epworth League Sun-
ray evemua aibidu, prayer meeting J lnirsday
ev mui! at IjDO. Class meeting after morning
Unitod Brethren, corner Eighth and' Pierce
6trets, E'jv. Cocking, psstor. Services every
Snudev. at 11 a. m and 7:30 p. in. Sunday
action; at 1C a. m Yonnn Peoples Meeting at
o.oo i. m., nunaay. crayet mee.ing every
First Congregational, oorner Main and Eleventh
r. reets Rev. E. 8. ol'.'nger, paor. 8 rviees
10:80a.m. .nd caop.m. Sunday school after
iiioniuig service, ri aver meeting Wednesday
evening a. 7:30 Prayer tnee'ing Y. P. 8. C. li.
Sunday even'ng at 6:3i.,
First Baptist, corner Main and Nnth streets
Kev. J. II. Bevan, p .stor. M rning service,
10:80: Sunday school, 11:45. Ev ning sendee,
.7:30. Regular prayer meeting, Thursday even-
iiiiny uuveimiii meoiriiig, wennesnay
B.o.ii tt pieueuiiig nrei ou 'uayin eacn momn
Evangellcal-IiUtheren.Zion ConRregatton. corner
Eighth and Jefferson streets Hev. Meyers
pastor. Snndav school it 9:30 a. m Service!
at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30p.m.
German Lutheran, Onio Synod, corner of Eighth
and J. Q. Adams streets -Rev. Ernest J. W.
M. E. South Rev. T. P Hnvnes, pastor. Third
Sunday at United Brethren Chutch.
Free Methodist Rev. J. W. Eldridge, pastor.
Preaching first and t'uird Tuesdays at 11 a. m.
Prayer meeting Every Thursdv evening.
Services held In Congregational" church at
Llat of All Soi leties in this County With
Sleeting Plane and Date.
Oregon Cltv Lodge No 1. Ancient Oriior PH
Cms 2d and 4th Frldnys at Willamette hall.
Falls City Lodge Ko. 159 r.f A. (). TJf. W. -Every
Saturday evening In A. O.U.W. hall on 8ev
. enth street.
Oregon Lodge Nn. S, I. O. U.V. Every Thursday
evening at Odd Fellows' hall.
Falls Encampment Nn. 4, T. O. O. F. First and
third Tuesdays et Odd Fellows' hell.
Willsmetle Re'neknh Pegree Lodge No. 2 The
ei-riMKi nnn lourin J- ruiuys In i.o.t). r hall.
Mnlinnmah Lodge t o. 1, A. F A A. M Regular
communications on first and third Saturdays
Myrtle T.ndfe No. 24, 1). of H. livery Friday In
A. O. U. W. hall. t
Clackamas Chapter No. 2, It. A. J.. negular con
vocation third Monday.
Court Robin Hood No. RttSO, F. of .Willamette
hall on second and fourth Fridays,
Pioneer Chuptcr, No. 28, O. E. 8. Masonic Tem
ple on Tuesdays.
Wlllnn.elfe Tamp No. MS, W. of W. -First and
third Frldnys in Willamette hall.
Mode'n Woodmen of America, Cam- 5C66,
, H...rul. ni.uiui.iLii luesinivs at Willam
Falls Grove Circle No. 32, W. W.-Willamette
hall, ruesdny evenings.
Wachtno Tribe, No. 13, T. o! R. M.-Tuesdiy eve
ning at Redmen's hall, Jaggar buim.ng.
Union Veterans Union Second Siltnday n
each month at 1 p. m. and fourth Salurday
7:30 p. m , in armory.
Meade Post, No. G, A. R. First Monday of each
month at Willamette hall.
Crystal Council Order Pendo, No. 101 Every
Monday at Redmen's hall.
Council No. 221, A. O, P.-Every Tuesday at Red
men s hall. i
Cataract Lodge No. 76 K. of P.-Every Wednesday
at Redmen's hall. 1
Meade Relief Corps. No. 18. Meets nt Willam
ette hall on the first Mondav at 2 p. m , and the
third Monday at 7:80 p m The auxiliary meets
,iiDiuiu.jiuii mui uuii iiuru saturLdyB at
McLoughlin Cabin No. 4. Native Sons rf Oro,
gon, meets at Willamette hall on second and
iuuiiu jnunuay evenings.
St. John's Branch No. 647, C. K. of A. Every
Tuesday evening at their hall.
United Artisans, No. 7 Willamette hall erery
Tualatin Tent, K. O. T. M.-A. O. U. W. ball
upper Bevenin street, on second aud fourth
Oregon City Board of 1 rade-At court house on
nuj iu eaca montn.
Columbia Hook aid Ladder Co. First Friday of
Take a dear bottle at bedtime and hi Inate In the botUe, i
I eet aelde end leob at M la the morning. li U U ctoudr er
S. kas a eleudy ecttliu tn It, to have nunc kUaey er Haider 4
I ?Me end ahenld be etteaded to before voa eet an Wene
. ..a MBvuie pc aiienn
I able Dlnaie aa hundreds Di
ease at audneye.
- A u "-i
every year frem BrigkU fik
AddraojBajDJ and amhlll
For Best Goods,
And Prompt Delivery.
7th and Center
E. I. SIAS
CANBY . - OREGOTJ
BANK OF OREGON CITY
UMsTT EAHKINfl HOUBE Dt TEE CXTT
AID VP CAPITAt, o0,000.N
Chas. H. Ciurun
Geo. a. Haibw
I. O. Cadhjils
A General Banking Business Transacted
Deposits Received Subject to Check.
Approved Bills and Notes Discounted.
County and City Warrants Bought.
Loans Made on Available Seourilr '
Bzohange Bought and Hold.
Collections Made Promptly.
Drafts Hold Avalllhla in In. P.Tt ,
Telegraphic Exohange Sold on Portland. Ian
franclsco Chicago and New York.
Interest Paid on Tim Deposits.
V ft nv a vw
Livery, Feed and Sa!o Stables
Nearly opposite, Suspension firidge
First-Class Rigs of All Kinds
OREGON CITY, OREGON
and Tin Shop
JOBBING AND REPAIRING
Opposite Caufleld Block OREGON CITY
Naaria, Chills atld
felr -ssaf few
THE BEST PRESCRIPTION IS
Grove's Tasteless Chili Tonic.
The formula i; plainly printed on every bottle hence you
L n rur met ic .m i . . ' ,' ,v ,..!..-. ... .... I. r ' i
do no; rulverii
their '.'.icdicnie it you ,un'v '.'i.C .t
Iron avA Quinine put up in correct proport
torra. 1 lie Iron acts as
t u ta
i-'id liC; h,;y
in a Tameless
a tonic while the Quinine Any, ; A,.,
malaria out of the system. Any reliable druggist will tell you that
Grove's IS the Origins and that a!i juvher so-called Tasteless
Chill Tonics arc imitations. An analyij of otlicr chill tonics shows
that Grove's is superior to all others in cjvery respect. You
arc not experimenting when you j take Crcyc'i its nuperiority
and excellence having long been csublisjicd. Grove's is the
only Chill Cure sold throughout the entire malarial sections 0f
the. United kttc., Mo Lujc No Pa.. Frwc, 5c
Fountain Hose Co. No. 1 (second Wednesday
In esoh month at Fountain engine house.
Cataract Hose Co. No. 2 Second Tuesday of each
month at Cataraet engine house.
Ores-on City Hose Co. No. S-Hose house on the
hill the third Tuesday of each month.
Mt. View Hose Co. 4 Hose house at Elyrllle
PiK Iron Lodue No. 135, A. O. U. W. Every
Thursday evenlnget Odd Fellows' hall, Oswego.
Molalla Lodge No. 40, A. O. U. W. First and
thlrdrSaturdavs at school house, Molalla,
Gavel LoBge No. 55, A.O. TJ. W.-8eoond and
third Saturday evenings at Knight's hall, Cunby.
Clackamas Lodge, No. 67, A. O. TJ. W. First and
third Mondays at Strile's hall, Clackamas.
Sunrise, Lodge No. 43. A. O. V. W. Second and
lounn oaiuruny ai vwisonvilie.
Mistletoe Lodge No. 20, D. of H. Every Tuesday
Reheknh 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. 63, A. F. & A. M., of Logan.
General Pope Post No. F2; G. A. R First Satur
day oT each month at Orange hall, Mulino.
General Crook Post Nn.22, U. A. F.. Sehool house
at Needy on First Saturday in each month.
StHr Lodge No. 95, K. of P. Every Wednesday
evening in Castle hall.
Canhv Lodge No. 5(it, 1. 0. 05. T. First and Third
Salurday evenings at Knight's Hall, Canby.
Oswego Lodge No. 448. 1. O. G. T.-Eery Friday
evening In new hall in old town.
Cnntiy Spiritualist Society First and Third Sun-
days of each nionlh.
New Fra W, C. T. t!. First Saturday In each
month at their hall in New Era.
Sjirlnewn'tM- No. 2t'.S, P. of H.-On second Satur
day aftir full ninoii.
Cnnby Hoard of Trade Knight's hall,Canby,on
tlrt and tliird Fridays.
Contrnl No. 2i:7 P. of II. Third Saturday at Ilea-
vcn'ri't. k hull.
ILir.ting o 1 P "f II, Salurday after full
ninoii, i ii' l y
Mll"uVi.. cra-ige No. P. of II -Third S.nur-
ila ii' In a. oi.
Mul.illti ;i'.mi.o So. 40, P. 'f !L Thi'lr hull
i.o.ir lu 'no on ti.i- i-t'on l f-aiiinioy uf
eio li n... t!i "i 1 -.
jlvri-, uil.ly o. 7 I". A. I'vcry Friday at
liu'to I'm'k I i" --o('iar-"" .'ion.iim
Holds nn iini I t lr.
Tnnlalin (iramro, No. HI. P.of H. -I ast UalimUy
ol eaoh month at their hall in V llsonvnlu.
Wann-r fimnge No. 117. P. of H. Fourth Sutur-
day of eaoh month at their hall in ew hia.
Butte Creek Grange No. 82. P. ol H At hall In
Marquam second Saturday in eaoh month.
Oswego Grange No. 175, P. of II. Second Salur-
DatasAirange'rlo. if. P. o ! R.-FInt Satur-
day In mouth In Damascus school house.
Highland No. '261. P. of H.-First Saturday in
month, near Clarkes.
Irrretarir of Societin art Undly requcited te
2!$, I the editor nj an, Chang in ,lact er
A PERFECT BATH ROOM
sseitial to perfect comfort and health. Our
estimates on patting in Plumbing Work and
fittings for large and small houses will be found
surpassingly low when quality of .work and
material used is considered.
We Weald be Cleaned tn tilLVA'an Annnrlnntl
to submit figures.
F. C. GADKE
W. II. YOUNG'S
Livery & Feed Stable
Finest Funera.. Turnouts in city
OREGON CITY. OREGON
If Ton Want High Grade
OREGON CITY, OKEGON
School report card. lor wle t this cf
SHANK d B1SSELL
Jdephones, Night or Day
Seventh Street Near Depot
of OREGON GITY
CAPITAL f 100,000
Transacts a General Banktnf Business
Loans made. 3111a discounted. Makes eee
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