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BOARD O Ft COMMISSIONERS.
Regular May Term of the County
in " J. R. Morton, John Lewelling'and T.
,:l i B. Killin, County Commissioners.: ;'
,1 ;,: Iu the matter of the petition of D. 0.
., j. Bait, etal, for a county road, y In the
u. matter ot the petition of D. C- Ball and
.1 more than 12 householders of the county
,(1 living in ;the vicinity, of, the proposed
. road describee) in the petition and pray
j,, ing vieyvers, to, be appointed to view and
j' locate ,..' county road in Clackamas
"R county, Oregon,: described in, full as foi
.(hIowsj Beginning at . stake, set in the
one-half section coiner petwe"n!21 and
, , .'0, tuwnghip 5 south, range 3 east of the i
Willamette Meridian running thence on
,,.or near, the, present traveled road in a
n northwesterly,, and ,, westerly , direction 1
about miles to a half section line
running north and south in section 19;
thence running about one mile in a west
' erly direction ori the, north tine of1 the
1 Oliftonpallahan, donation land cla.m to1
'' a stake set in the county ' road marked
; X. "-; Said petitioner , filed his affidavit of
'' notices posted respecting said, road;
' showing that,' there had , beenlpbsteq,
" one on the court house bulletin boaraV
-"and three In three of the most, public
j places in the vicinity of the proposed
' road more than thirty days prior to the
presentation of this petition. He . also
I filed a bond for one hundred dollars con-
ditloned according to law.'1 The bord
being fully' advised, it is ordered that
, i)nll Trullinger, David Robinson and Ira
i Dickey be and are hereby appointed
viewers to meet at the beginning on the
1 20th instant and subscribed to a written
j oath of .ofiice : administered by i E. P.
,-, Rnnds couuty surveyor, ' or John W,.
e Meldrum, deputy county : surveyor; ap
- pointed by the board : to survey said
,i road and report in writing at the next
regular term of this board, nil...,,,, I
I, In the matter of the petition of , H".
. Blankenship, etaU for a county road.
, In the matter of petition of H. Blanken
! ship and more than 12 householders of
, the county living in the vicinity of the
proposed roaa aescrmea in the petition
1 and praying viewers to' be, appointed to
view and locate a county road In Clacks
1 mas county1, Oregon, described in full as
follows; Beginning at a stake set In the
- Venter lined 15th street in the town of
Willamette 1 alls, which point la north
v 22 degrees, 21 minutes west, 50 feet dis
' tant from the intersect'on of the center
line of 15th street and 7th avenue in
1 said town, and is therefore a point 15.88
chains south and 12.46 chains east of the
corner of sections 2; 3, 34 and 35 in the
south boundary of township 2 south,
range 1 east, and running thence north
67 decrees, 89 minutes east, parallel
with the center line of 7th avenue, about
30 chains to a stake marked R A thence
north 53 degrees. 45 minutes, east 10.22
chains to a stake marked R A. set in
the center line of the ;oad leading from
uregon (Jity to the lower Druige, across
the Tualatin river at foot of grade for
'' terminus of change in county road. Ed
1 ' Batdorf filed his affidavit ' of notices
posted respecting said road showing
- that there had been vjoeted one I on the
. court house bulletin ooard and three in
( three of the most public, places in the
,! vicinity of the proposed road more than
30 days prior to the presentation pi this
, petition, said Batdorf also filed a bona
, lor one hundred dollars . conditioned ac
cording to law. The board being fully
advised that Bruce C. Curry, Grant B.
Dimick- and John W. Loder be and are
i hereby appointed viewers to meet at the
i' beginning on the i inst and sab;
scribe to a written oath administered by
i b. r. Hands, county surveyor, or Joan
. W. Meldrum, deputy county surveyor.
appointed by the board to survey said
road and report in writing at the next
regular term of this board. . ,
,, In the matter of the resurvev of the
, Long road, This matter coming on for
a leading and the board not being fully
advised in the premises, it is ordered
', that C. F. Vonderahe appear before t.iis
board at the hour of 11 a. m. ' Friday,
May 3rd, 1901, and show cause why the
Long road should not be laid upon the
survey as recently staked out by the
county surveyor. E. P. Rands.
, In the matter of the report of viewers
. upon the relocation and resur vey of the
. , roaa, commonly known as the Mill
,, road. , In the matter of the report of W
P. Herman, Charles Dauuherty and F.
E, Albriiiht. viewers anointed at the last
. term of tills board to view and relocate
' a county road situated in Clackamas
(l. county, Oregon, described by the field
notes ot John W. Meldrum, deputy
county surveyor, filed herein. Said
viewers tiled their report showing that
they had met on the 24th day of April,
, 1901, a day named in the notice served
': upon them and were duly sworn by sab
scribing to a written oath of office ad
: ministered by John W, Meldrum, doputy
county surveyor, after which they pro
( ( ceeded to the dexignated place and did
' view and cause to be reeurvey ed by said
' deputy county surveyor, the said de
scribed road. They also .filed the field
notes and plats of survey, Said 'viewers
v report'nll favorably to the establishing
: ot said road as viewed and surveyed for
. the reuou that it Is a good, practical
route and of nublio i utility, i Ordered
n laid over until the June term on account
of, objections filed a Ordered' th the
expense account ot saiu survey auu mow
S: bo paid as follows: ! 1 v
j- W t' Herman a . i . J. . . i. . . .
v Charles lnuglierty.i..i. k.v.'.k.'i
t-, V E, Albright. .....
. George W Jackson ............. v
- U Hihlmrd.,..,..,.........,,.,
i O V llt)lldrslH)l.,.,,...,.,,;i.
y John W Meldrum,. .....t.i....i.'
i.l , i il ,"l . i- ,; i- l'i' I '
-j ToUl....l;., '..$79 00
" In the matter of bids to build a bridge
-l aoroas Hncker Creek. This matter com-
') ing on and it appearing to the board that
" the bid of E D Olds In the sum of $950
, is the lowest hid on file In accordance
- with the notice as published ' by the
!oounty surveyor.1 It is therefore or
dered that the vomract be let to E. 1)
' uitis as per plan aim specifications on
v file herein. 1
In the matter of penalty on tax of
Murlah McUarvey property for the year
1899. ' This matter coming on to be
' heard on the petition tiled herein by J,
S. Davis, agent for Mariah McUarvey,
Khowlng that the tax of said Mariah
MoGarvey for ' 1899 was paid to the
. county clerk on the 80th day of March,
, having been sold to Clackamas couuty
; uuderthe sheriff's tax sale on the 3rd
i day of November.1000. The clerk addtd
the penalty thereto amounting to $10.20,
, which was paid by the said James N.
I .Davis, agent for Mariah McGarvey, have
a rebate of said penalty $10.90, and that
the clei k issue a warrant therefor. 11
-In the matter of the petition of Li My
Herren for a rebate of poll tax for the
year 1898. : This matter coming np on a
written petition of L. M. Herren for a re
bate of poll tax for the year 1898," and
board being fully advised, it is ordered
that the said L. M. Herren have a re
bate of poll tax for the year 1S98, and in
the sum of $3. '. '
In. the matter of the application, of
Spencer Thomas, commander of Gibbons
Post for aid to Mrs. Martha Ann Nash.
This matter coming up on the applica
tion of Bpencer Thomas, Commander of
Gibbon Post No. 78. for aid for Martha
Ann Nash and the ' board being fully ad
visedv it is ordered that ' Martha Ann
Nath have aid from the indigent soldiers'
fund in the sum of $5 per month dating
from' April' 1st; 1901. fMimn.1 no -nui ; ,
" In the matter of the report Oh1 the Ev
erharthill. This matter coming up on
the report of Jobh. W; Meldrum, deputy
county surveyor; appointed by the board
to survey and stake a good "and DractU
cal grade on what Is known a the Ever-
hart hill, arid said . deputy county Bnr
veyor filed bis reportbereinaccompanied
by the field notes and -plat j thereof, and,
the board being fully advised, H it
dered, that said, final report i be accepted ,
and upon John EverharUthrouitU whose
land said suivey runs, Making a good,
sufficient deed to the land covered, ; by
said survey to Clackamas county, said
Eai'vev or road shall oe established by
Clackamas -county. It is further or
dered that the en pense account of said
survey be paid as follows: I HmvH i
John W Meldrum.vi nw.VMQ.'i .$17.70
In the matter of. , adjustment of taxes
for the years 1894,, 1896,, .1897, 1898 and
1899 on 3000 acres of ; land owned, by S.
W. R. Jones. , Now at this time on the
application of Dimick & Eastham, at
torneys for the land hereinafter de
cri bed, J. U. Campbell, attorney for the
county, being present and advising With
the commissioners lor a settlement ' of
the taxes on the lands , hereinafter, de
scribed for said ; years . hereinafter ; de
scribed, and it appearing to , ihe - board
that the validity of a great part ot such
taxes is in doubt by reason of errors in
the description, of the land and the
names of the owners in the assessments,
and it further , appearing , to the board
that a certificate of sale , on a portion of
said land , have, been assigned by. the
county to one George H. Hargreaves,
and it now appearing td the Commission
ers that such assignment ' wsi 'without
anthority of law and numerous other
grounds of dispute with the respect to
the enforclbiiity ot said taxes Having
arisen it is therefore 1 now here ordered
that the sum of $250 be accepted ; in fall
lor all unpaid taxes for the said years
(except such as have been attempted to
be assigned by the county to said George
H. Hargreaves), on the ' following de
scribed lands; All of sections 9 and 15
and e of nwj and w of nw2 and
w) of mxi of section 2 the n of n
vt of section 3. , All of the ot seo
tion 4, of nw' and nwj of sw of
section 10: the w of w of section 11,
all in t6 s. r 3 east W.M. alsos of nW.
and ail the s4 i n, and an toe s4 of
section 3o, tp 4 south, r if east. And
that the clerk be and is hereby orderei
to cancel the same. This order is made
on condition that the owner of said lands
shall tender- to said Hargreaves the
amount paid by him to the county ' for
assignment of certificates upon said
lands or any part thereof and keep such
tender good. - And that said owner shall
save the county harmless from any ac
tion by said George IL Hargreaves to re
cover back the amount so paid by him
lor such assignment. i , , . , i, i ,, I
, In the matter, of a road and gateway of
public easesment. It appearing to the
board of county commissioners of Clack
amas county, Oregon, from the sworn
statement of Mrs. E. Weberbeim, that
she is the owner of and has a residence
on the property adjoining the Hugh
Ourrin donation land claim. Ibat her
said residence and , property is not
reached by any publio road heretofore
provided by law, and that it is necessary
that the public and herself shculd have
ingress and egress to and irom tne said
residence and premises. That the near
est public road to her said premises and
residence is the road known as the Cubic
road running almost parallel with the
said Western boundary df ber said prem
ises and about 19.50 chains westerly
therefrom. Hald petitioner i prays that
a public gateway be located from her said
residence and premises to said Cubic
road across the lands of George J. , Cur-
rin, or Nancy Bhaokland or across the
lands of both said parties, so as to do
the least damage possible to the lands
crossed, and that viewers be appointed
for ttut purpose according to law. It is
therefore ordered that Hid Dates, Ueorge
Ely and James Kitching, three disinter
ested freeholders of Clackamas county,
Oregon, be and they hereby are ap
pointed as viewers to locate a county
gateway 16 feet wide across the lands of
Ueorge J . Cumn, or the lauds oi Nancy
Shankland, or the lands of both as may
be necessary to do the least damage to
the Cubic road, and for that purpose. It
is ordered that they meet on said prem
ises on the 24th day of May, 1901, and
view and locate the said . gateway ' as
above stated so as to Jdo the least dam
age to the lands crossed, and to assess
the damages aocruiag 1 to the lands
eroded in favor of the owner thereof,
and report their doing hereunder to the
court. ' ,, i !
, (Continued next week.1
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OBKGOH CITY 1 !,. '! OREGON
L. PICKENS :,',;,.,; !: ,; !
-!'in:y..---- DENTIST -' ''r.
Prices Moderate. All Operations Guaranteed.
Barclay Build.ng , ; ,;v Oregon City
J)R. GEO. HOEYE
Alt work warranted and satisfaction guaranteed
Crown and Bridge work a speoialty
1 Caufleld Building
OREGON CITY ' " . ' OREGON
DR. FRANCIS , FREEMAN
Graduate o Northwestern University Dental
School, also of American College of
1 '' ' ' Dental Surgery, Chicago '
OREGON CITY ' OREGON
0. E. HAYES
" ATTORNEY AT LAW, ;
Btevens Building, opp, Bank of Oregon City
Jl, . C. i STRICKLAND, M. ( T, '
(HospiUl and Private Experience) 1
8peolal attentiop paid to Catarrh and Chronic
" ' ' Diseases " ' ' ' "
' Office hours: 10 to 12, a. m.; 4 to 6, p. ml
, . .Willamette Bunding " ""'
OltKGQN CITY ... ., , OREGON
ROBERT . A.. MILLER " ; ."
. ATTORNEY AT LAW "
Laud Titles, Land Ofl'ice Business, Conveyancing
Will practice in all courts of the state
"' " ' Room 8, Welnhard Building
OREGON CITY 1 , ,.,.,., ... , , OREGON
C. dcai-SSKl. " ''!" ' ' V W, S.' TJ'Ren
JREN Ss SCI1UEBEL ' - .
, .. ATTORNEYS AT , LAW ':
; ' :;' ; ;"" Deutr& Stbeofat '". ; '' '; ; -
VClll practice in all courts, make collections
and settlements of estates, furnuh abstracts of
Utle lead you monpT and lend -ronr monpT.an
first mortgege. , ytllce in Enterprise building.
OREGON CITY " , f ( ; ' .: OREGON
Livery, Feed ; and Sale Stables
Nearly opposite Suspension bridge '
First-Class Rigs of All Kinds
OREGON CITY,' OREGON
SHANK & BISSELL
. Telephones, Night or; Day. . .
Seventh Street ; Near Depot
For BcbGpor4s J, "7 j "J"
Best Cc nditons j uIm t
And Prompt Delivery, ,( ,
.uh imn "'i,' iif:i "
7th and Center
A PERFECT BATH ROOM
eisentlal to perfect cemiort and health. , Our
estimates on putting tn Plumbtns Work and
fiulns (or large and small bouses will bt found
urpassincly low when quality of work and
material used is oonsidered .
We would be pleased U bare a epportunlty
snbmlt fif ures. .1
! . F. Ci GADKE J;
XWAK tStAMPS 8;!T t
Drop In and see what
we have in the latest
photographs. We can
plea se all. M ) -?ffn'i
'i')V 1 it liooli
Mew Plumbing ;
and Tin Shop
A. MIHLSTIN , -
JOBBING AND REPAIRING
' Z i: a Specialty
Opposite Caufleld Block OREGON CITY
' Wafl Paper
I Now is' the time to' buy your
wall paper and Murrow, the paper
hanger, will sell it - to you cheaper
man you can buy it in Portland.
Drop a card in the postoffice and
have sample-book brought to your
house, or telephone Ely Bros.' store
J. MURROW, Oregon.; City
vv. u. young's
Livery & Feed Stable
,ff',:r. FineBt ' Turnouts in city "
1 w;i . .i
Oregon City Junk store
,-1 !... ; .1 ,u,'jn,l.'. -:iv f.:,!-.t'.t I'.m
.... Buys; old rags,, bottles, '
. .. . old iron, rubber and 1 1
all ' kinds "of metals!' i
, , , 'h, Higest prices paid.
ShoII, Sugarman &Co
Cor. Main and Tenth Sts.
WANTED. Capable, reliable nemon'ln
county to represent large company of solid Snan
cial reputation; S'JSS salary per year, payable
weeaiy; s per day absolutely snre and all expens
es; straight, bona-flile, definite salary.no commis
sion: salary paid each 8aturdaT and expense
money advanced each week. STANDARD HOUSE,
34 Dearborn St. Chicago,
New arrivals daily in ready-to-wear
hats. . Miss C. Goldsmith.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
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