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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1901
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS.
Continued from page 4.
ABReed....... 36 60
LHagerty 13 95
ACMcElrain 12 75
FJDowe 11 75
JoeBatdorf 6 00
Geo. Batdorf 6 00
Sam Batdorf.... 6 00
Caleb Cross 21 15
Wni. Smith 3 45
Henry Gilbert 17 25
Fritz Widener 9 00
James Bullock 20 25
John Bullock 17 25
Chas. Johnson 21 00
Wm. Haines 18 00
Wm. Bullock 20 25
Total $843 93
Dist. No. 35 '
Geo. B Rate & Co., general fund. 49 00
J Zeek 1 00
Proctor & Beers 205 23
W E Markell 37 40
Cbas. Hudson, road fund 15 00
O Andrews 21 75
8 Andrews 15 00
G A Leslie 9 00
C Shetterly 4 50
L Houghlum -15 00
O Cottee 16 58
Thos.Dunn 8 25
Willie Dickson 4 50
Herlahe 3 00
J Bell 21 37
F Wagner 40 00
Wm. Smith 2 25
A P Houghlum 6 00
Total $474 83
State of Oregon V
County of Clackamas ss
Before the Board of County Commis
sioners of the State of Oregon for the
County of Clackamas, In vacation after
the May Term, to-wit:
In pursuance of an order made by the
Board and entered of Record, ordering
warrants to be issued in vacation, I, E.
H. Cooper, Clerk of said County and
State do hereby issue warrants in pay
ment of said claims for the amounts and
in favor of the persona hereinafter speci
Mrs E Morgan $ 10 00
T M Baker 28 00
Mrs R Davis 14 00
Mrs Rosa Triechler 10 00
Ellen Bridges 8 00
J W Jones 6 50
W L Davis 5 00
Wm Scott 8 00
Mrs Hattie Woods 5 00
J 8 MoComb .... 20 00
MrsS C Harrington 8 00
Paul Freytag 10 00
Wm Dean . 6 00
A M Shibley 8 00
Mrs London 10 00
Mrs Lydia Winesett 10 00
Henry Lewis q 00
Mrs G M Fleming 8 00
MrKruger 7 00
Alice Carr 6 00
L Matbewson 7 00
Mrs L P Clark 6 00
Gus Pirkle 10 00
C F. Burns 5 00
Mr Heinz 5 00
Mrs Martha Dull 4 00
J J Gorbett 5 00
J M Heckart 8 00
Amanda Wilcox 5 00
E N Foster 6 00
Wm Phillips 4 00
Chas Culow 10 00
Mrs JM Bacon 5 00
Jacob Kohler v 8 00
King Bohall - 7 00
WTLinsley 5 00
Peter Crouse 8 00
Mrs Lydia Winesett 10 00
James Wilcox 15 00
Ira Phillips (E Auslen) 10 00
Mrs Lydia Winesett 10 00
Co F O N G, Armory rent 25 00
WT Gardner, B and G Aid 8. . 10 25
Peter Nehren, janitor 50 00
E H Cooper, clerk 125 00
Elmer Dixon, deputy clerk 65 00
J J Cooke, sheriff 141 67
J E Jack, deputy sheriff 60 00
T P Randall, recorder 100 00
E P Dedman, deputy recorder. . . 52 00
A Luelling, treasurer 83 34
J H Luelling, deputy treasurer... 20 00
J C Zinser, school supt 83 34
Tbos F Ryan, judge 100 00
Mrs Anna Williams, dept as 52 00
Norris and Powell, Co physicians 15 75
L Freeman 6 00
Eldora Younge 10 00
Martha Ann Nash 5 00
In the matter of the petition of E E
Judd for a duplicate of lost warrants.
Now comes E E Judd and represents
and shows to the court, that on the 5th
day of June 1901, while enronte to Ore
gon City, he lost county warrants issued
in bis name by said county for services
rendered, eaid warrants being numbered
5066 and 6276 and in the sum of $6 each
and praying the court to issue a warrant
in his name in the sum of $12. It is
therefore ordeied that a warrant be is
sued by the cleik of this court in the
name of E E Judd for the sum of $12
upon his giving a bond in double that
sum protecting the county from any
In the matter of the petition for aid
lor John Avlns, an indigent person :
This matter coming on upon a written
petition fiiled herein, and the Board be
ing fully advised, it is ordered that Jno
A vine be allowed $8 per month from
June 1, 1901.
In the matter of the petition of Mrs
M A Clark, an indigent person for aid:
This matter coming on upon a written
petition on file herein, and the Board
being fully adviBed, it is ordered that
Mrs M A Claik be allowed $5 per month
from June 1, 1901.
In the matter of timbor or debris in
the public highway :
The Board being tully advised, it is
ordered that Cummins and Cole remove
all timber and debris thrown or fallen
upon the public highway of Clackamas
county, state of Oregon by them or at
their instance and that they do not
throw or fall any timber or debris upon
the highways hereafter.
In the matter of the petition of James
Dunlap, et al for cancellation of tax sales
Now comes G W Shirley and James
EUinlap, by their attorney Bruce C Curry,
and file a written petition representing
and showing to the board that a double
assessment occurred upon property in
the H Campbell donation land claim, as
shown by the Tax Roll 'of Clackamas
county for the year 1897, (pages 217-218
of volume 3.) That the tax become de
linquent thereon upon said property and
was sold at delinquent tax sale and a
certificate numbered 244 issued therefor.
(See page 16 of 1897 Tax Sales Book) and
certificate No 640 issued (See page 42
Tax Sales Record for 1897) and the
Board being fully advised, it is ordered
that tax sales certificates Nob. 244 and
646 are cancelled.
In the matter of vacating certain
streets in the town of Marchbanks.
Now at this time comes C. W. Drake et.
al, and presented the petition of the
property owners in the town of March
banks a"nd asks for a correction on an
order made on the 9th dav of November,
1893 vacating certain otreets in said
townsite wherein eaid order vacated
Chicago street, which should have been
and was intended to be Cleveland street.
Therefore it is ordered, that a correc
tion be and hereby is made vacating
Cleveland street in said townBi'.e from
a point between blocks one (1) and 2)
and extending to the center of blocks (7)
and (8) and that Chicago street stand
upon the records as not being vacated
and as originally laid out.
For Over Fifty Fears.
An Old and Well-Tried Remedy.
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 gums,
allays all pain, cures 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-five cents a bottle. Its value is
incalculable. Pe sure and ask for Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and take no
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re.
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F.J. CHENEY & CO., Props., To.
We the undersigned, have known b,
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in al
business transactions and financial!.'
able to carry out anv obligations made
by their firm. ,
Wkst & Truax, Wholesale Druggisti,
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, WhoU-
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
acting directly upon the blook and mu
cuous surfaces tf the system. Price, 76
cents per bottle; Sold by all Druggists,
Testimonials free. t
Hall's Family Pills are the beBt. f
If you Intend to take a trip East, ask
your agent to nute 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 at Ni
Rons 0. Cline.
Pacific Coast Pass. Agent.
Los Angeles, Cal. ;
C. S. Crane, Gen'l. Pass Agent.
St. Louis, Mo. ,
1901 SPRING AND SUMMER SEASON 1901
Atlantic L. L. 36-inch, wide, per yd 5c
Beat Cabot W, 36-inch wide 6c
Lonsdale, 30-inch wide, per yd 9c
Common muslin, per yd 5c
Good quality cambric, per yd 10c
Light colored calico, per yd . 4c
Indigo blue figured oil calico, per yd 5c
Dark standard prints, per yd 60
Ohambray finish prints, per jd 7c
Double-fold percales, per yd.. ..10c and 12jo
Dimities, Ginghams, etc.
Checked apron ginghams, per yd. 5c
Figured lawns, per yd 5c
Dimities, etamines and organdies, ranging
in price per yd from 10c to 35c
Scrim for curtains, per yd 5c
Silkoline, plain or figure, per yd 10c
Art Demins, per yd 15c
Satlnes, Shirting, etc.
Black satine, fast color, per yd 10c
Henrietta satine, black acid proof, per yd. .
12jc. 15c, 18c and 20c
Dairy cloth, per yd 60
White and colored bunting, per yd 5c
Lace curtains, per pair
45c, 75c, $1, $1.25 and $2.00
X f . 4 .'Bill1
Good dark colored shirting, per yd 7c
Wide German shirting, per yd Oo
Straw ticking, per yd 7c
Feather ticking, per yd 15o
Good quality per pound lOo
Extra quality, per pound 15c
We have a great Btock.a perfect line of the
newest novelties and latest ideas rang
in price from 50c to $2.50
Pins, Eagle, American, per paper 6c
Large size safety pins, per paper 6c
Knitting needloB, set of 5 5c
Hair pins, assorted sizes, per box 5c
Tape, medium and wide, 2 rolls for Be
Finishing braid, bunch 5c
Knitting cotton, ball 5c
Embroidery silk, on spool , k, six spools
Fast black darning cotton 2 balls for 5c
Aluminum thimbles 8c
Sheet wadding 2 sheets for 5c
Ladies'silk mitts 15c
Ladies' gauntlet gloves , . .rc
Dross stays, per bunch lCc
Corduroy skirt binding, black and colors,
elveteen skirt binding, black and colors,
alonnne lace, lc yd and upwards; bunch
of 12 yards, 10c per dos and up,
We handle the celebrated R & G. A good
A 1 1 X t .x
coreei ueips a goou louu. liioy are
uiude in exclusive style. Trices from
75c to $2.50
House Furnishing Goods.
Unbleached table linen, per vd 2."n
Turkey rod damask, per vd "Oi-
Turkoy red damask, oil finish, German
EOOds. per vd 25. 36. -10 ami R(l
Bleached table linen, per yd 35c and up
Linen napkins, per set 2,m-
Cotton towels r
Turkish towels lOo
Cottoncrash, per yd 60
All linen crash, per yd 8. 0. 10. 12i'o
Furniture cretones, per yd. ...... .7, 8 and 10c
A GUIDE TO BARGAINS
I. SEL LING
Suspension Bridge Cor." Seventh and Main Sts
OREGON CITY, OREGON
We ask for your trade this season feeling that our dealing cannot fail to be mutually profitable and satisfactory.
We aim to select and sell only such goods as will fill the expectation of the buyer from first to last, at the time
of purchase it is mainly a question of style and appearance, afterward it becomes a test of service and durability.
You will find us stocked with the goods that meet these demands
We submit a few prices from our Various departments.
Our stock is most complete and goods of the
best description, We will give you quality
that is a warrant of excellence.
Child's suits. . . .$1.60, $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4.
Men's satinet suits $3.50
Men's cassimere suits $6.00
Men's all wool cheviot suits $8 . 00
Men's navy blue molton suits, all wool
color guaranteed $10.00
Men's worsted Buits....$10, $12, $14 and up.
In men's clothing we handle the O. K. & R
THIS LABEL ON A GARMENT
A GUARANTEE OF ITSELF.
All clothing bearing this trade mark is a
guarantee of itself. If any garment bearing
this label does not prove entirely satisfactory
or not as represented it may be returned and
Boys' long pants suits, 14 to 20 years,
Arices $3, $4, $5, $6, $7, $8 and $10.
Our splendid assottmunt includes all the
fashionable and really desirable fabrics known
as the high cl iss staple novelties.
34-inch wide cashmeres, per yd 15c
30-inch wide Henriettas, per yd 25c
43-hich blue or black serge, per yd 25o
Double-fo'd half wool brocades, per yd...l2'a'e
Black brocaded Armours, per yd 15 and 25o
SS-lnch, all wool, silk finish, Gjrmn Hen
riettas per yd .. , 50o
50-inch wide Gloria silk, per yd . 75c
Fancy black goods. We have some re
markable offerings. Trices per yard
from 5 )( to $2.5)
Hats and Caps.
Men's caps 20, 25 and 50c
Men's Fedora hats 45c, 75c, f 1 and op
Boys Fedora hats 6O0
Men's dress straw hats 25c to $1.00
Boys' dress straw hats 20c, 23c, 50c
White and colored, best, quality, per yd .... 18o
Ladies' Dongola lace ; $1.00
Ladies' Dongola lace, solid throughout,
stock tip $1.50
Ladies' Vici, lace or button $2.00
Ladies' Vici, lace $2, $3, and $3.50
Ladies' Oxfords 75c, $1, $1.25 and$1.50
Men's plow shoes, Up soles.... $1.25
Men's genuine BAtin calf bals or congress
solid leather outer and inner soles $1.50
Men's tan shoes , $1.60
Men's Dongola shoes $2.00
Men's dress shoes. We are agents for the
Lewis A. Crossett. We claim for
these shoes all the service that can be '
found in any shoe at any price. Price
$2.50,$3.00, $3.50 and $4.00
Hen's Furnishing Goods.
Men's turkey red hdkfs k
Men's white hdkfs 5
Menjs suspenders i5c, 25c, 35c', 40c',' 50c
Men's white shirts, linen bosoms. .. 450
Men s h eavy working gloves 25c, SSoVfiOo
Men's 9-os overalls, patent buttons, pat re
inforced stays 45c
Men's silk front dress shirts 500
w!n.8. dreaa 8hi,rt8 350 to w-w
Men s balbriggan underwear, suit ..60c
Capes, Skirts, etc.
Ladies'silk capes. We can satisfy the
most critical taste. Prices $2.50 and
Ladies skirts in crash, wool and silk.
IS THE LIN'R ni?
, , . v" piiuaeo 01 eacn arti
cle we claim to give you the best goods and to
save you money. 6 10
Suspension Bridge Corner.
Ivor . 7th and Main streets, Oregon City.