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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY. JULY 12, 1901
amd Union Pacific
depart Portland, Ore. Annrv
Clilrnxo- Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
Portland Worth, Omaha, Kan
gptoial us City, Bt. Louis, Chi- 430 p.m.
9 a. m. CHgo and East.
Atlnntlo Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
Express Worth, Omaha, Kansas
City, Ht. Louis, Chisago 8:10 a. m.
9 p. m. and Kiist.
St. Paul Walla Walla, Lewlston,
Fast Mull Spokane, Wallace, Pull
man, Minneapolis, Ht. 7:00 a. m.
S p. m. Paul, Tmluth, Milwau
kee, Chicago and East.
Oosa n Steamships
8 p.m. All Sailing Dates subject 4 p.m.
For San Franidseo Sail
evory 6 days.
Daily Columbia River
iz. Sunday Steamers. P-
8 p. m. E- Sunday
Saturday To Astoria and Way
6.45 a.m. 4.80 p.m.
JCi. Sunday Oregon City, Newbe;g, Ex. Sunday
Willamette and Yam
7 a. m. hil Rivers. SM
Tues. Thur. Mo., Wed.
and Sat. Oregon City, Dayton nd Fri
.45a.m. Willamette River 430 p.m.
Tues. Thur. Mon., Wed
and Sat. Fortland to Corvallls andFrl.
Leave Snake River Leave
1:40 a.m. Rlparla to Lewlston. 8:80 a.m.
PORTLAND to CHICAGO
No change ot oars
For rates, berth reservations, eto., call at ticket
offloe, Third and Washington Streets.
A. L. CRAIG, O, P. A
BUFFALO, N. Y.
MAT TO NOVEMBER
Ask Chicago, Milwaukie &
St. Paul Raivtay about reduced
C. J. EDDY,
WHITE COLLAR LINE
Dally Round Trips, except Sunday
leave Portland 1 A. '.
Leave Astoria 7 P. .
THE DALLES-PORTLAND ROUTE
STR. BAILEY GATZERT
DAILY BOUND TRIP
CASCADE LOCKS, HOOD RIVER
WHITE SALMON, LYLE AND
Leave Portland 7 A. M.
Arrive The Dalles 8 P. M.
toava " 4
Arrive Portland 10 '
MEALS THE VERY BEST
ATlHiindnT Trtna a I.eadlint Feature
2PT)il Konlu has the Uraudi'st Sceulo Attrao
lions en r.arlu
Landing and ofhee, Foot Alder Street
both rnoNKs, main !)''! Portland, Oiiiqon
E. W. CRICHT0N, Agt., Portland
JOHN M. FILL00N, Agt., The Dalles
A, J. TAYLOR, Agt., Astoria
SODTn AND EAST -
Southern Pacific Co.
Trains leave Ori'ifim City tor Portland at 7 .00 and
i-Xlk, m., and e.lio r. m.
Lv Portland : a.m. . S:: r. M.
Lf Ori'iimi City U:.'i a. m. :H t. m.
Ar Ashland lai.K. 12.85 y.M,
R Saoranmnto 6:10 P. M 8:00 a.m.
Sau rraneiaco 7:r.l. (15 p.m.
" Ok'U'U 4:45 a.m. 7:00 A.M.
" Donvor (ISO A.M. 0:15 A.M.
14 Kansaa Cltr 7:25 A M, 7:S5 A.M.
" ChU'Ki 7:42a.M. 8:S0 A.M.
" l.oi Annolcs 2:00 P.M. :05 A.M.
" Kl raao WOr. M. S:0O P.m.
" Fort Worth 6:80 a.m. 6:30 a.m.
" CltyotMnlpo 11:S0 A, M. 11:30 A.M.
u Houston 7:00 B.M. 7:00 a.m.
" New Orlwvna 6:80 p.m. 6:80 p. m,
" Washlnuton 6:42 a.m. 6:42 a. m,
" Nw Vork 12:10 P.M. 12:10 P.M.
Pullman and Tourist Can on tooth trains.
Chair ears, Kacnuni'iito to t'((du and Kl 1'asni
and tourist rara to t'litoavo, bt. Louis, Ktvr
Orlsaus a ii J WaahlngWU.
Connerttnir at Pan Franelwo with several
Steamship Lines for Honolulu, Japan, ttilna,
fhlliiipluta, (Vutral and tM'Uih Aunrka.
See K. L. lIoorKN8ABHia, agrut at Oregon
City Itatlon, or address
C. V. MARKHAM, G. P. A.,
Board' of Commissioners.
Continued from page i.
Road District No
..$ 30 00
. . 12 00
. . . 7 60
. . . 9 25
. . . 7 85
. . . ' 7 50
F Roads .
J E Burnett "00
J E Burnett 20 00
Hirom Tnrndfl. 1 OU
Gwge Udell. 3 00
n Wihn "00
T Yocum, lumber..... 3 20
Joseph Oalull " "
George B Rate & Oo . Jo til)
. Total. ...'..-$165 10
Road District No. 7-
nharlaa T.nnf.. $ 16 OU
W G Calvin
James Pegles, team oO uu
I nhnr nn Sandv bridee
Chailes Leaf J 50
Sam Bacon J U
limoi Feu I pa .5 1)0
F A Meiniu. nails 00
nnmm iii iln. nmDer O 00
Total " 173 C5
R.iail Dintrict No. 8
W Welch $ 3
O Harris,.... 160
E Kopper 0 00
W Nrnnn 75
0 P Ware, team 5 25
F E Shangle 18 00
R .TnnRrnd. renairing & io
Total $40 25
Tinnrl District No. 9
Nielr fir-heel $ 1 50
Potor fir-heel 1 50
Alnlrh Mpidfirhold.... : 1 50
Jnlm Panlsfln. team 5 00
Henrv JohnBOn 11 00
Road District No,
F E Smith
..$ 44 00
. . 11 25
.. 8 63
,. 6 37
.. 7 50
EMatthies 7 50
H Anna 3 00
W W Morgan 8 25
RO Thomas 9 00
J 0 Shoemaker 15 00
H E Boen m w
3 Deininger 18 00
H Smathers i w
J 0 Morgan 28 50
B Hoicomb w
E Ferguson 16 uu
..... . , l ; IK
Wilson s iooae, cievw
Total W ( 10
Road District No. U .
. . . 12 00
... 4 50
... 2 70
. . . 22 38
... 6 75
NL Kirchem 44 55
Charles Johnson 1 ou
Fred Gerber 25 80
8am Gerber 28 80
Mvron Babler 12 62
GODoscher 6 75 i
William Kirchem OU
William B vers 24 Ou
George Closner 6 00
Ieonard iNeAkiric "
Henry Babler 22 80
A Swales 190
Will Brown . 6 00
C Kirchem 33 75
John Boss 4 50
George Gill 10 80 j
rred Woser is w
Frank Riebhoff 3 00 !
Will Clark 3 00
W P Kirchem 34 00
Vigont Powder Co 5 65
' fl 60
Total $407 89
Road District No. 13
MO Ward $ 5 25
O BWard 28 60
0 B Ward 22 50
W O Ward 5 60
Total $61 75
Road District No. 14 Labor on tbe
J M Mvers 9 38
N W Richards 42 00
OL Dickson 48 75
J Shelley. 58 60
0 Gibbs 63 25
J R Myers 10 87
Arthur Bailey 10 50
Cole Bros 81 00
Henry Shannon 9 38
J bhortlidge 29 87
Ben Beard 31 13
Charles Myers 7 87
E Forbes 23 88
Thomas Gibbs 20 75
W rich wart i 6 2 J
Frank Shannon 6 00
William Beard 17 60
L Davis 6 00
William Beard 17 50
L Davis 5 75
William CBedy 2 17
Arthur Bailey 3 00
James Forbes . 3 75
O M Kunzman 5 25
Al'luard 6 HO
I. nuia 2 2,5
K KniuiKl 1 60
James SwatTord 6 38
G V Gibbs 3(1 00
J W Gerber 0 13
A Kauman 82 02
H W Sch male 81 87
J C Dixon 19 88
S G Bailey 25 03
C Cospor B "5
L Howard 82 25
GO Cooper 13 71
John Uatl'ney i'l 83
J H Myers 4ti no
Vicorit Powder Co 15 15
Wilson A Cooke.
Road District No,
and MeCord road.
U II Tabor
Edward Kellogg. . ,
A Warner ....
15 Laboi on Can by
35 4 )
Charles llolmos 15
S I homas
Ely Parker 3 75
H Joehnke 1 FiO
Joneph Nence 4 60
George Frits l -
R I) Miller 6 .5
F W Hacker 3 01
S Thomas 1 ,'iO
Fred Obenocker , ,
W H Breamer 30 00
Frank Briggs 39 00
August Bremer. .' 21 00
Karton Richter 3 00
L Matlock .... 15 00
Mike Huiras 9 00
O Deitz 6 00
Henry Enele 3 00
Charles Bauraan 9 00
Joseph G Brians 19 50
Charles Matlock 10 ou
A Gel brick 4 51)
Carl Bremer 1 10 50
JoseDh Feaster ... 7 50
Elmer Lucas 3 00
F Briggs 26 00
Lindsley & Son, lumber 17 62
Frank Enele o uu
Carlton & Roserikrans 95
J F Brigge, plow 5 00
Total.. $306 07
Road District No. 17 Work on over
head bridge road.
J F Epperson ? 3 00
A K a hank:
John Egger ; 3 00
John Clausen. 3 00
Charles Kenknisrht 1 50
A Vinegard 3 00
WHMandeville 3 00
Frank Dodge 75
Total $24 60
Road District No. 18
John Shannon $ 1 50
W P Daniels 3 00
George Stevens 1 50
Valentine Boblander 1 50
Thomas Daniels 40 00
George B kRate & Co 145 80
Lindsley k Son 4 00
Total $198 80
Road District No. 19
A Neukirchner .
J J Mallatt
A M Worden ,
W Woodside ,
A Neukirchner ,
VV H Sultzer..
Wilson & Cooke
.$ 2 50
. 2 50
. 3 00
. 18 00
. 1 50
. 3 00
. 1 50
. 1 50
. 5 00
. 1 60
Trullinger Bros 2 10
H Perry 75
J Nelson 1 50
J M Mallatt 2 25
Total $47 95
(Continued next week.)
Mrs. H. Hyams, who has bee visiting
hef parent8l Mr. and Mrs, Sam Bacon.
faHt Srmdav for her home in Seattle.
Frank Brigliam.one Of the mem
bers of the riding club, has just received
a fine thoroughbred saddle-horse lrom
Kentucky, which is a beauty. The
ladies of the Bull Run riding club have
adopted the divided skirt, which shows
their good sense.
Mrs. A. Andre has a house full of sum
The good fishing in the Bullrun is at
tracting those who can get away moan
tainward. Clarence Huntington was in Bull Run
Drs. Jefferds and Nichols, ot Portland,
spent the Fourth here.
Wagon loads of pleasure-seekers were
Been going to Sandy to spend the
A. Andre has gone to Portland on a
The Fourth was a beautiful day, and
there are indications now of having
good weather. II.
Yesterday, the Fourth day of July,
the Modern Woodmen of America held
in Kimberly Park one of the grandest
celebrations ever known in this vicln
ity. The procession started from the
postoflice on Main street at 10 o'clock a
m. headed by the grand marshal, W.
H. Boring, followed by the Parkplace
brass band, the Woodmen, Liberty car,
citizens, carriages and lootmen. Miss
Sabina Cooke represented Goddess of
Liberty and Carl Wolfhagen personated
Unon reaching the Dark excellent mil
! sic was furnished by the Parkplace band
and also by the Damascus choir, the
master of ceremonies, A. W. Cooke, in
his usual a liable style, then introduced
Mrs. William Buchman, who read the
Declaration ol. lndtpendence in a very
After the music by the band and choir
tlie orator ot the day, benator George V
Browne!!, of Oregon City, was then in
troduced, who by hiB eloquence and pa
triotism more than sustained his bigh
reputation as an orator. The found
ation of his discourse being mainly upon
tue "Declaration oi independence,"
with occasional digressions to subjects
of great interest to the public. The at
tention with which the audience, which
numbered about L'IjOO, listened to Mr
Brownell, showed the high appreciation
witu wlucli las thoughts were received
After the oration Mr. Couke announced
dinner, and the abundance and elegance
ot wtncu snowed the tnrilt and gt'tiero
uv ui iiiu vuuiuiuuiiv.
the Woodmen deserve tireat credit for
their ellorts in making the celebration
the great success that it wa. Long
will the remembrances of that dav dwell
in the heaits of the people in attend
ance. Onk Who Was Thkrk.
Flowers, ribbons, fancy chiffrons at
great sacrifice. Miss Goldsmith.
nm oi the people oi tins putce rj
matiied home on the fourth, fearing to
venture lorlh on account ot the small
Mrs. li. f. li.iker, ol (his place, was
visiting relatives at Willamette Fall
Neils Christenseu has purchased
new mower, and he spent the Fourth In
UHkiug good use ot tt.
. M isn't l.uura and Mary Baker receive
eighth grade diplomas Ul week.
Addie l.e May was visiting friends in
fctrawberries are getting scarce, while
raemH rries are quil.i niimrrnus.
I'AiwtiM urots and rnu .imnierman
were mil bicycle riding Sunday.
Miss Mahle Hedge spei.t the Fourth
with her eouin, Stella Hodge.
Peter aruer moved to Portland Mon-
dav. (toulhve. IVlf t
Road District No
. I Weather warm at present, and farm
Total $130 65 f r tre busy rutting hay.
ffrif-.,.,r-,'iiv-.-i 'nil W "lmtk4uti4mwJ
poisons the blood, irritates
the nerve-cells and causes
aches and pains in the tem
ples, eyes, brain and spinal
cord.' Headache, neural
gia, impaired appetite, indi
gestion, sleeplessness, nerv
ous exhaustion and des
pondency all point to the
weakened nerves that are
crying aloud for renewed
strength and health.
"My head was badly troubled, I
ached all over and was weak and nerv
ous. One bottle of Dr. Miles' Nervine
and Dr. Miles' Pills brought me out all
Hekshal 11. JONKS,
soothes the nervous irrita-,
tion, stimulates digestion
and builds up health and
strength. Begin to-day.
Sold by druggists on guarantee.
Dr. Miles Medical Co, Elkhart, Ind.
Suppose we'll have to celebrate the
Fourth as usual by staying at home and
keep dry. Everybody around here in
tends to go to Damascus, providing the
Miss Ruth Simpson has returned from
Monmouth, where she has been attend
ing Normal school.
the Grangers hald a uneting Satur
day. The ladies provided a lunch,
which was duly appreciated. About 25
members are enrollled and others are
going to join.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Casto were the
guests of Mrs. L. Glover during the
The cemetery here, known as the Fos
ter graveyard, has been fenced and
cleared off very nicely by E. N. Foster.
The place looks altogether different now
and is a great improvement to say the
Miss Rubv Cox, who has been visit-
iting Zora Forrester for two weeks, re
turned to her home in Portland Friday,
H. S. Gibson, of Oregon City, is vis
iting his parents, of this place.
Miss tirace Douglas is very sick. &ne
seems to improve slowly.
This fine weather finds the farmers
Mrs. Lvdia Park has been quite sick,
but she is improving under the care of
Dr. Pruden.of SorinKwater.
The Turner family went to fortland
to BDend the Fourth.
Lee Uadonau and cousin returned t'i
Washington county after a week's visit
with the former's mother.
Fiester Cadonau has come home to
help his brother, Henry, on the . farm.
He brought with him a span of long-
Born, to the wife of W. H. Wilson,
July 3rd, a son. Mother and child are
MusEmraa Freeman went to Glad
stone to celebrate the Fourth.
A few of the Elwood people celebrated
the Fourth at Wright'a Springs.
Mrs. A. S. Henderson has returned
after a week's visit to her former home
at Philomath. While at that place she
attended (he United Brethren confer
ence, which was held in Clark's chapel.
Mrs. Dibble is still in Oregon City. but
is not improving in health.
Delia Henderson, who has been away
for the .past three 'months, has returned
home, where she will remain for an in
definite length of time.
Bean the f N" ma nam Always oougiu
Needy. It is
to have a
Needy and Aurora played baseball
Sunday; Netdy was victorious.
Mrs. llarvev Hiukle and Mrs. W.
Noblitt were visiting Mrs. Charles Mol
Mr. and .Mm J . Moreland went to
Mrs. Minnie Fortune passed through
Orvie and Peter Price went to Port
land Wednesday to spond the Fourth
Miss Li lian Thompson and Ines Hil
ton went to Aurora isunday on their
O. C. Molson wentt to Portlan 1 on
Ava Noblitt. of Hubbard, is visiting
Fred Smith is hauling polls for the
tlenry usteruoits ana ijnaries ispagie
spent Sunday in Potland.
frank bpagle uas returned home lrom
Dollie McCormiek came home from
Portland Monday, where she ha I been
attending school. M.
White Man Turned Yellow.
Great consternation was felt by the
friends of M. A. Hogarty, of Lexington,
Kv.. when then saw he was turning yel
low. His kiu t-lowly changed' color,
also bis eves, and he Buffered terribly.
His malady was lellow Jaundice, lie
was treated bv the btst doctors, but
without benefit. Then he was advised
to try Electric Bitters, the wonderful
Stomach and Liver remedy, and he
writes: "ACer taking two bottles I was
wholly cured." A trial proves its
matchless merit for all stomach, Liver
and Kidney troubles. Only 60c. Sold
by George A. Harding, Druggist.
OF OREGON CITY
OLDEST B.VNKING HOUSE IN THE CITY
Chas. H. Catjfieid, President .
Geo. A. Habhing, Vice-President
E. G. Catjfikld, Cashier
General banking bURiness transacted
Deposits received euhjoot to check
Approved bills and notes discounted
County and city warrants bought
Loans made on available seourity
Exchange bought and sold
Collectlona made promptly
Drafts sold available in any part qf the world
Tnleffrauhio exchance sold on Portlanu, San
Francisco, Chioago and New York
Interest paid on time deposits
Jt S. SEAM ANN, M. D. '
EYES tested and properly fitted with GLASSES
Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m.
Room 208, Allsky Building
Third and Morrison Sts.
D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Commercial, Eeal Estate and Probate Law
Office In Commercial Eank Building
OREGON CITY OREGON
Prompt delivery to all parts of the elty
OREGON CITY OREGON
of OREGON CITY
Transacts a general banking business
Makes loans and collections, discounts bills,
buys and sells domestic and foreign exchange,
and receives deposits subject to eheck.
Open from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
D. C. Latoubette,
F. J. Meyib,
Opposite Ballroad Depot
New Management Home Cooking
MRS. SEOL, Peop.
O. W. Eastham O. B. Dimici
TjIMICK & EASTHAM
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Commercial, Beal Estate and Probate Law Special
ties, Abstract or Title maae, money Loaneu.
Reference, Bank of Oregon City
OREGON CITY OREGON
J)R. L. L. PICKENS
Prices Moderate. All Operations Guaranteed.
Barclay Building Oregon City
J)R. GEO. HOEYE
All work warranted and satisfaction guaranteed
Crown and Bridge work a speolalty
OREGON CITY OREGON
)R. FRANCIS FREEMAN
Graduate of Northwestern University Dental
School, also, of American College (
Dental Surgery, Chicago
OREGON CITY OREGON
E. i. sias
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY
Silverware and Spectacles
(J E. HAYES
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Stevens Building, opp. Bank ( Oregon City
OREGON CITY OBEGON
Jt C STRICKLAND, M. D.
(Hospital and Private Experience)
Special attention paid to Catarrh and Chronlo
Office hours: 10 to 12, a, I to 6, p. m,
OREGON CITY " OREGON
ROBERT A. MILLER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Land Titles, Land Office Business, Conveyancing
Will practice in all courts of the state
Room 8, Welnhard Building
OREGON CITY OREGON
W. S. TJ'Ria
FJREN & SCI1UEBEL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Will practice In all courts, make collections
and settlements ot estates, furnish abstracts of
title, lend you money ami lend your mwey on
first mortgage. Oulce in Enterprise building.
S. J. VAUGHN'S
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Nearly opposite Suspension bridge
Frst-Class Rigs of All Kinds
OREGON CITY, OREGON
The celebrated Semi-Vitreous
Porcelain hand-painted decora
tions, with gold trimmings, given
away Free to our customers. .
We use these dishes simply
an advertisement for our busines
The way to obtain them is easy.
Trade with us and get your friends
to trade with us, and we do the
rest, by supplying you and them
with these dishes Free of Charge.
' KRAUSSE BROS.
Ladles' and Gents' Fine Shoes
Flnestolaee in Orecon to 8Pnd summer vacation
Safest beach for bathing. Beautiful grassy lawna
and groves. Table supplied with crabs, clams,
rock oysters, codfish, rock cod and best the market
attorns f urniture new ana clean, no liquor.
Strictly first-class family resort. Prices to suit.
U. rv. fibSWUKiu, rrop.
A PERFECT BATH ROOM
essential to perfect comfort and health. Our
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
Drop in and see what
we have in the latest
photographs. We can
and Tin Shop
JOBBING AND REPAIRING
Opposite Caufleld Block OREGON CITY
Now is the time to buy your
wall paper and Murrow, the paper
hanger, will sell it to you cheaper
nan 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
W. II. YOUNG'S
Livery & Feed Stable
Finest Turnoutsm I
OREGON CITY. OREGON
Oregon City Junk store
Buys old rags, bottles,
old iron, rubber and
all kinds of metals.
Higest prices paid.
Sholl, Sugarman & Co
Cor. Main and Tenth Sts. "
WANTED. Capable, reliable person In every
county to represent large company of solid finan
cial reputation: $!36 salary per year, payable
weekly: S3 per day absolutely anre and all expens
es: straiht.bona-llde, definite salary.no commie
slon; salary paid each Saturdav and expens)
money advanced each week. STANDARD IIuUdE,
St Dearborn St. Chicago,
Kozy Kandy Kitchen, up to date on
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Sal s H m
Signature of Wutf