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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1901.
Furnished Every Week by Clacka
mas Abstract & Trust Co.
A. L Barbur to Lee WilliamB, tax
deed of eec 2, 3, 2 e 4
E Grave" to M Shively, 8 of nw of
Bee 21, 5, le 10 0
M bhiveley to h Graves, e of sw of
sep 21, 5, 1 e 1000
H Saffron to A Kelf-o.lnts 14.15, 16,
17 unrt 18 in Uk 70 Minihorn. . . 615
H Thompson to H A Foley, 2 in
iu Tompkins elm 250
Gladstone R E A8odation to F M
Hailey, part of 110, Gladstone.. . 216
N Itjivia to A ,J Shumway, 60 as in
elm 57, 2, 2e . 1
L Marra to JIarrs, 93 -as in
Church elm, 4, 4 e 850
0 Timber to G C Kitebie, e of ne
e of Be of etc 22. 2. 5 e 500
F8 MotriR to Portland City &
Oreiron IiR 1
L V Stone to E Kritibaiiin, 2 as in
Palmateer elm, 3, 4 e 1
P J Tate to Henry Miley, 9 as in
Holmes elm- 1900
P J Tate to J B Finley, tract in
Holmes elm ." 800
Chaa Osburn to Wisconsin Lumber
Co, nw of sec 21,2, 7 500
D H Deardorff to J E Deardoiff,
60 acres in Bee 6, 2, 3 e 1000
H C Weber to J Kalbfleiech, i as
in sec 3, 4, 1 e 850
M A Gatre to T Schauble, 20 as in
sec 31. 2, 1 e 1
W P Schauble to H A Baker, 20 as
in Pec 81, 2, 1 e 500
Ira Hoffman to P H Marlay, w of
ne of sec 8, 2, 4 e 8
P H Murlay to W F Hubbard, w ot
ne of sec 3, 2,4 e 1
C F Adiiiiig to U S, ne of ew of sec
10, 2,2,7 e AofO
Z Simmons, et al, to Alex Sim
mons. It 19, blk 9, Apperson's
SuI'diviMon of Park place, 5 deeds 1
Ale Hintiisiis to Ko8coe Gard, lot
9, Subilv of Parkplace 200
0 M Form the. to H E Davis, nw of
ee of -w. 27, 1. 3 e 110
A Goetlini; to M McGarvey, 20 as
in mm- 15, 2, 1
t L Hoffman io VV V Hubbard, w
of nw of fee 3. 2, 4 e 8
H Frei to Waverly Association, lot
3 in b k 4, Oainhridiie 350
0 W J.anreiiH lo K Juiisrud, BW of
BW of Bee 3, 2, 4 e 600
4' Anderson to N Lars'ii, s of nw
of hw of see. 29, 1, 4 e 1475
Al Ouldwell, et al, tv W Zimmer-
man, 80 as in A K Mai kn elm . . . 1200
O 8 Phelps io FU Phelps, Able
JlaUocn el" 900
Commercial Hank vb. VV. VV. Myers,
et til ; dihinkped
K M. lliii il vs. Oieon Iron c Steel
Conipmv; ilefeii'littit'K deiimrrer bus-Hini-ci
, and plaintiff allowed live dayB to
tile amended complaint.
J. K. Sheer vs. White; dismissed.
In the matter of the HKsiuiiiiietit ol
Hamilton ISiom.; 0. O. T. WilliamB, the
asninnee, was ordered discliutpud, after
Hie truiinterring of curtain propeity.
E. M. Howell vs. P At rick K.rn
judgment for If:il8.
Joseph Mi'indl vs, Hamilton Bros.;
judgment for plaintiff.
II Tliie.sneu vs. T. li. Wortliiiiifton, et
til Allnrnuv Miiriflut.l.u 1 1 ulln.i.l
-, ... j i.j .. .1... I. . in 1 1 nimn iu
make piinted copy of judgment rwll for
use in supreme court.
The Commercial Buii't vs.. William
Healey, el al ; judgment for plaintiff
Laura H. vs Uohert A. Mnnay ; decree
of divorut) for plaintiff on ground of de
sertion. Caroline L. vs. Aaron. Johnson; de
cree of divorce for plaintiff.
Leone M Moran vs; William Mo ran ;
decree of divorce.
Jacob Gerber, Jr , vs. VV. C. Ward j
decree of foreclosure.
Bethella Shsw vs. VV. A. and Jennie
Currie; sheriff's sale continued.
, Ida K. Mclntos i vs. Morris Davis and
Jacob Stauffei ; stipulation.
Hosie Ramel vs. Frederick , Ramel ;
decree of divorce.
C. D. snd ). i Latonrettevs Samuel
K, Lovrli ; Hlieiirf sale coiittrmud,
A. H. Latouielte, trustee, vs, Luzette
rviiicht, et al J sale continued.
A. E. LatonMte, executor, vs. Thomas
(.'barman, el al; sheriff Pule confirmed
MeVlinnville Colletfe vs. H II , John-
on, et al ; she. ill' s .le continued .
Had to Conqjir or Die.
"I was just about cone." writes Mrs
'tosa Richardson, of l.aurcl Springs, N
'., ''I had Cm 'S.nniiiion so had that the
est (loc'ors said 1 cclild not live more
him i month, hut I nxtu to use Dr.
Cinq's New lihciiveiy mid was win lly
Uii'd by seven bottles and am now
tout and well." It's a i imiivaled life
iver in ( ViiMiii'ti n, I Hemitonia, La
rippe and Hroiiehitis ; inlallible for
oinjlis, told... Asthma, Hay Fever
roup or Wlniopiiitf C uuh (inariin
eeed bottles fine ami $1,110. Trial I ot-
i cs lice at tiin. A I luidinti's di iijj stoic.
hla aignnture Is on ovorv lxx of tho genuine
laxative Brotno-Quiciinc Tablets
e remedy that rurcii n rolil lu duo lny
FiiJ1!! Ii.nir luvs n rt- I 'M. (I liv IIhisv
iieli'M', lull,' wurke m Dr. KliitfV New
ife I'lll- M illioiis me :ilw,u t. al WdiU,
ii;lit iniii ihiv. I'urmu In li.'.'sii.in,
MlMtl-iit ( oliti(nli..l. .".j.-k l!i:.lllil'lle
ml all SliHiurh, I i v.-t ;m t It iwi I
oulill'. Eaiv (ilrnvant, s.-f... Mi l-
'nly l'")C it tii'o. A . Ilai'iliiia'a il i u:
A srsMsUr Dracara. OK MO FES. Sand Buxfel. ikek-h.S
or plwlo for frw relnirt on nuteaUbilitr. Bouk "Uow J
A toObuia I'.S and VtmiD lteaMSDilTrada-MHki."
V FREI. FMlreit tnai vr effwrwl to inveatortA
j PATKlfT LAW TIM OF YEARS' FRA0T1CS.(
20.000 PATENTS PROCURED THnOUGH THtM. V
) All luwnMs oouQilvatial. 6iuaa advioe.
mftIim. MiMtenta ehtrma. ll
K"C. A. SNOW & CO.
U. 1 Pitent Office. WASHINGTON, Z. C h
m w a mm m ol.
Notice of County Convention Pa
trons of Husbandry.
Notice ia hereby given that the annual
county convention P. of H. for Clacka
mes county will be held at the county
court bouse in Oregon City at 1 o'clock,
p. m., Tuesday, March 5, 1901.
Said convention is called for the pur
pose of electi"ii delegates to attend the
state Grange to be held in Albany next
May, and all grangers are requested to
choose their delegates at the February
meeting for said convention.
Mary S. Howard,
A Gentle fit'..
In our style of climate, with its sud
den changes of temperature, rain, wind
and sunshine often intermingled in a
single day, it is no wonder that our
children. friendB and relatives are taken
from us 6y neglected colda, half the
deaths resulting directly from this
cause, A bottle of Boschee's German
Syrup kept about your home for immedi
ate use will pervent serious siiknees, a
large doctor's bill, end perhaps death,
by the use of three or four doses. For
curing Consumption, Hemorrhages,
Pneumonia, Severe Coughs, Creup, or
any disease of the Throat or Lungs, its
success is eimply wonderful, as your
druggist will tell you. Get a sample
bottle free from Geo. A. Harding. Regu
lar size, 75 cents. Get Green's Prize
If you intend to take a trip East, ask
your agent to route 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, sleep
ing and dining cars.
Stop over allowed on all tickets atNi
agara Falls. '
Ross 0. Clinb.
Pacific Coast Pass. Agent.
Los Angeles, Cal.
C. S. Crane, Gen'l Pass Agent.
St. Louis, Mo.
For Over Fifty Vea.ru
An Old and Wkll-Tbibd Rembdy.
MrB. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for their children while
teething, with perfect success. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cureB wind colic, and is
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Is
pleasant to the taste, Sold by Drug
gists in every part of the World.
Twenty-flve cents a bottle. Its value is
incalculable. Pe sure and ask for Mrs.
WinBlow's Soothing Syrup, and take no
How it is Done.
The first object in life with the Ameri
can people is to "get rich ;" the second,
how to regain good health. The first
can be obtained by energy, honesty and
saving: the second, (good health) by
using Green's August Flower, Should
vou be a despondent suffer from any of
li e effects of Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, Appendicitis, Indigestion, etc.
such as Sick Headache, Habitual Cos
tiveness, Dizziness of the Head, Nervous
Prostration, Low Spirits, etc., you need
not suffer another day. Two doses of
the well known August Flower will re
lieve you at once. Go to Geo. A. Hard
ing and get a tample bottle free. Regu
lar sue, 75 cents. Get Green's Prize
no reflection so
A dainty, no llht so
r t t . i
iv iiiui miii lis me
a mellow glow that
Prepared in many oi'or tintt
io uarruomn villi tur
round mgit in dining
rumu, urftwwg room,
uimi room or law. Bold
ver where. Made by .
from I I
THE BEST PXZSGR1PTION IS
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. .
The formula plainly printed on every bottle hence you
know just what yov arc taking whe:; you take Grove's. Imitators
do noc advertise their lornuila knowi.. '.hat you would not buy
their medicine if you knew what ic c.:.:.uncd. Grove's contains
Iron and Quinine put up in ccrrlct propo"::ons and is in a Tasteless
form. The Iron acts as a tonic whiL' .tc Quinine drives the
malaria out of the system. Any reliable druggist will tell you that
Grove's is the Original and that all other so-called Tasteless
Chill Tonics are imitations. An analysis of other chill tonics shows
that Grove's is superior to all others in every respect.. You
arc not experimenting when' jrou take Grove's its superiority
and excellence having long been established. Grove's is the
only Chill Cure sold throughout the entire malarial sections of
the. United States No Cure, No Pay. Price. sc
A Per fee r Food Beverafie
k Substitute for Coffee. Nourishing and
Invigoratinq. YOUR GROCER SELLS !7.
0. E. HAYES-
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Stevens Building, opp. Bank of Oregon City
OREGON CITY OREGON
0. W. Eastham G. B. DimicK
BIMICK & EASTHAM .
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Commercial, Real Fptate and Probate law Special
ties, Abstract of Title made, Money Loaned.
Reference, Bank of Oregon City
0. D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
' A1TORNKYH AT UW(
Commercial, Beat Eitate and Probat Law
OfllM In Commtrolal Bank Bnlldiaj
aiooa city . "7 . . o&boob
M. C. STRICKLAND, 51. D.
(Honpltal aud Private Experience.)
Iffera hti professional ni'i'vlced to the people
Oregon City and vicinity. Special attention
paid to Catnrib ami (Ihronlo dlieaael.
Beat of reftrcrtcea (tven.
Offioe in Wlilaiui tte Hiilldiny.
Office boura: 10 to H a. ia t to I p. m.
DltSON CITY OK1COO
Reliable man for 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
TnE A. T. Morris Wholesale House.
Illustrated catalogue 4 cents stamps.
WANTED ACTIVE MAN OP GOOD CHARAtt
ter to deliver and collect In Oregon for old eitak
lished manufacturing wholesale house. tiXXli
year, sure pay. Honesty more trmn experience
required. Our reference, any bank In any city
Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope. Mana
f acturers, ThirdFloor, 834 Dearborn St , Clilcnge
to do jour
Painting and Papering
If you want first-lass
and Tin Shop
JOBBING AND REPAIRING
Opposite Caufleld Block OREGON CITY
A M &
f'i.fl HAKES MAKES fi'l'Pl
Judge ft. T. F. Ryan
Clerk of Courts E. II. Cooper
Sheriff M.J. J.Cooke
Recorder T. P. Randall
Treasurer A. Luelling
AeeesBor Ell Williams
School Superintendent J. C. Zinser
Surveyor Ernest Rands
Ooroner M. C-Strickland
( I R. Morton
Commissioners J T. B. Killin
Deputv Clerk Elmer Dixon
" Sheriff J.K. Jack
." Recorder Ed. Dedman
" Assessor '. J.G.Porter
Comity Court meets on first Wednesday after first
Monday of every month.
Probate Court meeta on first Monday of every
Circuit Court meets on third Monday In Aprlland
first Monday in November
OREGON CITY OFFICERS.
Mayor " Grant B. DImiok
Recorder Bruce C. Curry
Chief of Police C. E. Burns
Treasurer Linn Jones
City Attorney A. S. Dresser
Street Commissioner John Green
Sup't. of Water Works -. W. H. Howell
City Engineer Ernest Rauds
Oounoilmen R. Koerner, J. W. Powell, W.B
Zumwalt of First Ward; Wm. Sheehan, O G.
Huntley, C. O. Albright, of Second Ward: E. W.
Scott, 8. D. Francis and Ed. F. Story, of
Council meets first Wednesday of each month
WANTED AN ACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHAR
acter to deliver and collect 1 Oregon for old es
tablished manufacturing wholesale house. 9U0
a year, kure pay. Honesly more than experience
required, our reference, any bank in any city.
Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope. Man
faeturers, Third Floor, 834 Dearborn St., Chica go
Ok. GEO. IIOEYE,
Offlc In Caufleld Building, Main 8treet
3bioo and Crows Wokk a Spkcialti .
All work warranted and satisfaction
l)R. L. L. PICKENS
Fries Moferate. All Operations Gunrnnteed.
DR. FRANCIS FREEMAN
Graduate of the Norlhwi-Btern Unlver
ty Dental School, also of American til
IfcU of Denial Suryery, of Chicago.
Villamellt Bluch - Oppoiilt Fvtofiet
Okkoon City, Okuuon.
0. N. GREENMAN
CHK t'UINKKK KXl'KLSSMAJ AX V
Parcels Delivered to All Parts ol the 0
OREGON CITY . T . . ORKGO
TV" Land Titles and Land
(juice Buslaesi a Bpeotalty.
ROBERT A. MILLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will practice in all the Court! of the Bt ate
Rooms 3 Weinhard Building
Opposite Court House
EEGON CITY, OREGON.
C. Schuebel W. S. U'Ren
U'REN & SCHUEBEL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Will praotice In all courts, make collections
and settlements of estates, furnish abstracts of
title, lend you money and lend your money on
first mortgage. Office In Enterprise building.
GEORGE L. STORY
LAWYER and NOTARY PUBLIC
Will practice In the Circuit, County and Justice
Courts In the County.
Al (bjii(;is Reasonable
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 fitted with GLASSES
Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m.
Willamette Building - Opposite Postofflce
OREGON CITY, OREGON
First Presbyterian, corner Seventh and JefferBon
sl eets Rev. A. J. Montgomery, pastor. Ser
vices at 11 a. m.und 7:bu p.m. Sabbath soool
10 a. m. i . r1. 8. O. E. meets 'every Bunduy
evening at 6:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Thurs
day evening at f-00.
KvanKelical C'liurr'r covnwi Eighth and Madison
streets. Rev. Copley, pitstor Hervicos every
Nibtialb at 11 a m. anu 7:.iU p. m . Sunday-school
at 10a.m. Prayer meeting Thursday evening.
St. Paul's Kpisuoprtl, comer Ninth nnd Pivor
Rev. P. K. Hiinumind, pst'tnr. Services, Sunday
at 11 u.. m. iiud 7 :30 p. m. Smicliiy K'hool at 10
a. m. Fridays, evening prayer with t.ddrss
- at 7:30.
St.. Johu's, Catholic, corner Tenth street nd
Kiver Kev. A. hiilebraud. pastor. On Sun
day, masR at 8 and l.):3o a. m, Every Sunday
German sermon af'er 8 o'clock mass. Atall
other masses English sermons. Sunday school
2:30 p.m. Vtspci's, Apologetic subjects and
benediction at 7:.'iC p. m.
Methodist Episcopal, corner Main aud 8eventh
streets Jtev. R. A. Atkins, pastor. Morning
Rrvice at 10:15, Sunday school at 10:00,
Evening service at 7:S0, Kpworth League Sun
Cay evening at. 6:30, prayer meeting Thursday
ev ning at 7:30. Class meeting after morning
United Brethren, corner Eighth and Pierce
streets, Kev. Cocking, pastor. Services every
Sunday at 11 a. m and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school, at 1C a. m. Young Peoples Meeting ut
6:30 p. m Sunday. Prayer meeang every
First Congregational, corner Main and Eleventh
s.reet8 Rev. E. 8. oP.'nger, pa'or. 8-rvice
10:30 a. m. 'ind i:S0 p. m. Sunday school after
morning service. Prayer meeting Wednesday
evenirg av7:30 Prayer mee'lng Y. P. 8. C. J!).
Sunday even'ng al 6:3u
First Baptist, corner Main and Ninth streets
Kev. J. II. Bevan, p .slor. M ruing servicj,
10:30: Sunday school, 11:45, Ev, ning service,
7:30. Regular prayer meeting, Thursday even
ing. Monthly covenant meeting. Wednesday
evenl g preceding first Su :day in each month
Evangellcal-Uithernii.Zlon Congregation, corner
Eighth and Jefferson streets Kev. Meyers
pastor. Sunday school at. 9:30 a. m Services
at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
German Lutheran, Onio Svnod.corner of Eighth
and J. Q. Adams streets -Rev. Ernest J. W.
M. E. South Itev. T. P Hivvnes, pastor. Third
Sunday at United Brethren Cliuich.
Free Methodist Rev. J. W. Eldrldge, pastor.
Preaching first and (bird Tuesdays at 11 a. m.
Prayer meeting Every Thursday evening.
Services held in Congregational church at
List of All Societies In this Coui.ty With
Meeting Place and Date,
Oregon City l.odgo. No 1, Ancient Order Red
Cros 2d and 4th Fridays at Willamette hall.
Falls City Lodge No. lf.9 rf A. O. TJ. W. Every
Palnrdny evening in A. o.U. W. haii on Sev
Oregon Lodge No. 3, 1. O. CK Every Thursday
evening at Odd Kellows' hall.
Falls Eneamrmcnt No. 4. 1. 1). O. F. First and
third Tuesdays ut Odd Fellows' hi: 11.
Willamette Reneknh Pcgree Lodge No. 2 The
second and fourth Fridays In l.O. O.K. hall.
Mnltnomah I.oilgo I o. 1, A. P' ft A. M Regular
communications on first and third Saturdays
Mvrtle I.odi e No. 21, D. of H . livery Friday in
A. O. U . hall.
Clackamas Chnpter No. 2, R. A. J.. iiegular con
vocation third Monday.
Court Bnhln Hood No. 8330, F. of .Willamette
ballon second and fourth Fridays.
Pioneer Chapter, No. 28, O. E. 8. Masonic Tem
ple on Tuesdays.
Willamette Camp No. 14S, W. of W. First ard
third Fridays in Willamette hall.
Mode'n Woodmen of America, Camr ri. 5fififi,
meets seoomj and fourth Tuesditjs at W au
Falls Grove Circle No. 32, W. W.-Willamette
hall, TneKilay eveiiingH.
Waehtnn Tribe, No. 1:1, T. O. R. M.Tuesdiy eve
ning at Kedmcn's hall, Jttggar buliumg.
Union Veterans Union Record Situ day n
each nuinth at 1 p. m. and fourth Saturday,
7:3o p. m , in armory.
Meade Post, No. o. A. R. First Moudav of each
month at Willamette hall.
Crystal Council Order Peudo, No 101 Every
Monday at Redmen's ball.
Council No. 981, A. O. P. Every Tuesday at Red
Cataract Lodge No. 76 K. of P. Every Wednesday
at Redmen's hall.
Meade Relief Corps. No. 18. Meets nt Willam
ette hall on the first Monday at 2 p. m . erd the
third Monday at 7:30 p. m The auxiliary meets
at the armory on first and third Saluriiiys at
MoLoughlln Cabin No. 4, Native Sons rf Ore-
?:on, meets at Willamette hall on second and
ourth Monday evenings.
St. John's Branch No. 647, C. K. of A. Kvtry
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 Trade At court house on
Monday in each month.
Columbia Hook and Ladder Co. First Friday of
eiiuu uiuiuu ut vouiiiaiu engine nouse.
Fountain Hose Co. No. 1 Second Wednesday
in eaon mourn ai. ouniain engine nouse.
Cataract Hose Co. No. 2 Seoond Tuesday of each
month at Cataract engine house.
Oregon City Hose Co. No. 8-Hose house on the
hill the third Tuesday of each month.
Mt. View Hose Co. 4 Hose house at Elyville
Pig Iron Lodge No. 135, A. O. U. W. Every
Thursday evening at Odd Fellows' hall, Oswego.
Molalla Lodge No. 40, A. O. U. W. First and
third; Saturdays at school house, Molalla.
Savel Lodge No. MS, A. O XT. W.-Second and
third Saturday evenings at Knight's hall.Canby.
Clackamas Lodge, No. 57, A. O. XL W. First and
third Mondays at Strife's hall, Clackamas.
Sunrise Lodge No. 43. A. O. XI. W. Second and
lourth Saturday at Wilsonville.
Mistletoe Lodge No. 20, D. of H. Every Tuesday
Rehekah Lodge No. 71, I. O. O. F., of Oswego
Oswego Lodge No. 93, T. O. O. F. Odd Fellow's
hall, Oswego, every Monday evening.
Lone Pine Lodge No. 53, A. F. & A. M., of Logan.
General Pope Post No. 62; G. A. R First Satur
day of each month at Grange hall, Mulino.
General Crook Post No. 22, G. A. H. School house
at Needy on First Saturday in each month.
Stnr Lodge No. 95, K. of P. Every Wednesday
evening in Castle hall.
Canbv Lodge No. 5tK, I. 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,
Canby Spiritualist Society First and Third Sun
days of each month.
New Era W. C. T. I First Saturday In each
month at their hall in New Era.
Sprlnewater No. 2fi8, P. of H.-On second Satur
day alter till miii.
Canby Board of Trade Knight's hall.Canby, on
first and third Fridays.
Central No. 267 P. o( II .Third Saturday at Bea
verCrec k hall. 1
Ilardlng No 122 P of II. Saturday after full
Milwaukie Orange No. 268 P.ofH. Third Satur
day at 10 a. iu.
Molalla Grange No. 40, P. of IL Their hall
near Mulino on the second Saturday ot
each month at 10.30 a. m.
Myrtle ssembly No. 7 XT. A. Every Friday at
Butte Creek Fair Association of Marrjuam
Holds an annual fair.
Tualatin Grange, No. Ill, P. of II. -I ast Saturday
of each month at their hall in Wilsonville.
Warner Grunge No. 117. P. of H. Fonrlh Satur.
day of each month at their hall In New Kra.
Butte Creek Grange No. R2, P. ot H. At hall In
Marquam second Saturday in each month.
Oswego Grange No. 175, P. of H. Second Satur
day in each month.
Damascus Grange No. 2ffl, P. of H. First Satur
day in mouth is Damascus school house.
Highland No. 261, P. of H. First Saturday In
month, near Clarke.
Strrrtttrirt 0 Soeietirt are Hnd'y rtqnettrd to
notij'ti the tditor of anu change in placet or
When in tow n get vour dinner at the
Red Front House. Meals 15 cents.
For Best Goods,
And Prompt Delivery.
7th and Center
E. I. SIAS '
Watchmaker and Jeweler
CANBY - - ' OREGON
BANK OF OREGON CITY
mjtmn barking house n thx om
PAID VP CAPITAL, W0,000.0
Cms. H. oillUIS
Go. a. Hasbih
1. O. Oauvmu
k General Banking Business Transacts!
Deposits Received BubJ-ict lo Check.
Approved Bills and Notes Discounted.
Connty and City Warrants Bought.
Loans Made on Available Seouritv
Exchange Bought and 4old.
Collections Made Promptly.
Drafts Sold Available In Any Part of the
Telegraphic Exchange Sold on Portland, It
franclsco ''hlcago and New York.
Interest Paid on Time Deposit!.
J. C. BRADLEY'S
Liverv. Feed and Sale Stables
Nearly oppositelSuspenelon bridge
First-Class Rigs of All Kinds
OREGON CITY, OREGON
A PERFECT BATH ROOM
sential to perfect comfort and health. Oat
Estimates on putting 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 would be pleased to have .an opportunity
to submit figures.
F. C. GADKE
W. H. YOUNG'S
Livery & Feed Stable
Finest Funera Turnouts m city
OREGON CITY. OREGON
It Ton Want High Grade
OREQON CITY, OREQON
SHANK & BISSELL
Telephones, Night or Day
Seventh Street Near Depot
OF OREGON CITY
CAPITAL f 100,000
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