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COURIER ESTABLISHED MAY, 18B3
HERALD ESTABLISHED JULY, 1893
INDEPENDENT ESTABLISHED 1893
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8, 1901
19th YEAR, NO. 25
JJANK OF OREGON CITY ,,
OLDEST BANKING II0CSE IN THE CITY
Chas. II. CiuriEiD, Preiident t t
Geo. a. IUrmho, vice-President
E. G. Caupif.ld, Cwhicr
Oenernl banking business transuded
Deposits received subjoct to check
Approved bills and notes discounted
County and city warranto bought
Loans made on available seourity
-Exchange bought and sold
Collections made promptly
Drafts sold available In any part of the world
Telegraphic- exchange sold on Portland, S..D
Francisco, Chicago and New York
Interest paid on time deposits
j D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Commercial, Beal Estate and Probate Law
Office in Commercial Bank Building
Oregon' city oeegon
op OREGON CITY
. . capital $100,000
Transacts a general banking business
Makes loans and collections, discounts bills
buys and sells domestic and foreign exchange,
C and receives depoelts subject to cheek.
Open from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
D. C. LATOrBT.TTF,,
7. J. MEYia
- THE PIONEER EXPRESSMAN
Prompt delivery to all parts of the city
OREGON CITY OREGON
O. W. Eastham G. B. Pi
J)IMICK & EASTHAM
ATTORN K YS AT LAW
Commorcial, Boal 1 mte and Probate Law Special
ties, Abstract of 1 .lie made, Money Loaned.
Kefereuci, Bunk of Oregon City
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT.
The Regular November Term in
Judge McBride convened the regular
November terra of circuit court Monday.
T. M. Miller and T. W. Fouts were ap
pointed court and trial bailiffs am
W. W. II. Samson grand jury bailiff.
The following jurymen were excused
from attendance during the term : John
W. Moffatt, 8. T. Fisher, H. F. Yergen,
John C. Marksand John Richey.
Following is the personell of the raeu
doing jury service at this term of court,
all representative citizens:
Mathew Athey, foreman, is one of the
prominent early pioneers of Clackamas
county, and lives on his farm, near Staf
ford. James Guttridge, of Springwater, is
associated with his father in one of the
largest prune orchards in that section of
the country. They have resided there
for the past 20 years.
Charles Daugherty is one of tha b.-st
known farmers and old residents of Mo
George O. Perdue is a native son and
live young farmer of Needy
; NEWS OF TEE WEEK. lj
Friday, November 1.
Plague A dispatch from Glasgow,
In ,( Scotland, states tht the
Glasgow, bubonic plague reappeared
there during the week.
Four suspected cases were removed from
the Central Hotel, belonging to the Cal
edonian Rail'vay, and one died today.
The hotel has beeu closed, and all the
guests have been warned to leave by
no m tomorrow. It appears that all the
cases under inspection are servants of'
the hotel. An examination of the bac
teria proves conclusively that the dis
ease is bubonic plague. , The tnuicipal
authorities, in anticipation of the
plague, urge alf householders to destroy
Chief Josepb, head of the Ne Perce
tribe, is in Spokane, and expects to go
to Vashington where he wili see Presi
dent Roosevelt, and demand that a pub
lic school be maintained at the home of
himself and followers on the Spokane
reservation. He wants to make a pro
test again9t the order of Agent Ander
son closing the Indian school
John J. Hattan is another nateve son. , ?on cloi1 ln? ln,a,18n e.cno01 at "P1:
and one of the progressive citizens of !elu' "s scnooi nas Deen esteDiistieu
Clackamas county. He lives at Stone f?r ma"y y9ra- .II was popular with
nH i WpIv inioroHtPrl in tita nir '"e Indians, as ihe children can come
Creek Creamery Company.
William F . Shively lives on the Tuala
! home at night. The school at the
agency is many miles from the home, of
tin. four miles from Otegon Citv, and . J"08, b f. the children have
was formerly a highly respected resi. I ?t been sent to the agency school, and
Hnr. nf flswn. wh ha atill nn,na the Indians are threatened with arrest
L. L. PICKENS
Prices Moderate. All Operations Guaranteed.
Barclay Building Oregon City
J)R. GEO. HOEYE
All work warrant d and satisfaction guaranteed
Crown and Hridge work a specialty
Cautti ld Building
OREGON CITY OREGON
J)R. FRANCIS FREEMAN -
Graduate of Northwestern University Dental
School, also of American College of
Dental Surgery, Chicago
OREGON CITY OREGON
W. W. 01IRISTCB, D. 0. C. D. LOVI, D. O.
J)RS. CHRISTIE & LOVE
Graduates of American School of Osteopathy.
Successfully, treat all chiontc diseases
by mechanical manipulation.
Examination and consultation free.
Office hours! 8 to 12 and lto4, except Sunday.
Rooms 8 and 1, Stevens Building
OREGON CITY OREGON
S.-S. Mohler is a well
of Oregon City.
H. F. Gibson is a prominent mer
chant of Eagle Creek, and is widely
known throughout Clackamas county.
O. D. Story is a well known resident
of Oregon City, and was formerly in the
Pleasant DeShields is an old resident
farmer of Clackamas precinct, and has a
John Wright, of Canyon Creek, has
been a resident of this county for 20
years or more, and has filled the office of
T. R. A. Sellwood has been a promi
nent resident of Oregon for nearly 50
years, and has lived in Milwaukie dur
ing a greater portion of tue time.
George O. Armstrong is a prominent
farmer of Redland, and has a wide cir
cle of Iriendi. i-
A. J. Thompson is a prominent Os
Charles E. Midlam is a prominent
young resident of Canetunh, and is a
G. H. Webster is one of the substan
tial farmers of Clackamas, and has here
tofore done jury Borvice.
Lorenzo Tenny came to Viola from
Nebraska in 1894, and has b-en promi
nent in the affairs of the community.
Orin Wright is one of the prominent
old farmers of Macksburg precinct.
J. M. tiillett in a well known carpen
ter, residing at Ely.
Kov 1 helps is a well known Mara nam
farmer, raised in Marion county.
Frank Bates is one of the solid far
mers residing in Damascus precinct, and
has been in Oregon for many years.
H. 1). Wumot is a substantial farmer
of Oswego precinct, came from Missonri
about 20 years ago.
J.U. rryisa prominent pioneer res
ident farmer of Barlo precinct.
D. G. Frost is a well known carpenter
of Oreeon City.
Lonestreet Vaughan, of Slolalla, is a
son of the well known pioneer, William
H. Vaughan, and la a prosperous far
mer. - ,
-DEALER in I
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY
Silverware and Spectacles
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Stevens Building, opp.
Bank ( Oregon City
QEO. T. HOWARD
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
At Red Front, Court House Block
JJ( O. STRICKLAND, M. D.
(Hospital and Private Experience)
Special attention paid to Catarrh and Cbronlo
Office hours: 10 to 12, a. m.; 4 to 8, p. m.
OREGON CITY OREGON
ROBERT A. MILLER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Land Title, Land Office Business, Conveyancing
Will practice In all courts of the state
Boom 8, Welnhard Building
OREGON C1TT OREGON
This was the first grand jury empan-
nelled for two years, the new law niak-
me it optionary with the Court as to
the advisability of drawing'a grand jury.
Judge McBride further stated that dis
pensing witli a grand jury uad proven an
economical measure for the county.
However, there were times when it was
necessary to have the services of a grand
jury. Trie matter rested largely witn
the judgment ot the district attorney in
the premises. It was likely to be the
practice ot the uourt to nave a grand
jury every two years.
Un motion ot tne- prosecuting attor
ney the ttanding indictments against
Louis Himler, L. Himler and K. C.
WorthinBton for violating the hsh laws,
William Tinnerstett vs David Ander
son ; settled and dismissed.
B.O.Chambers vs O. F. tfibbard;
not properly on docket.
George W eber vs Helen li. ninearson ;
Knapp, Burrell & Co. vs Henry Na-
chand ; settled.
Philip Tatro vs C. II. Prescott, recei
ver of the East Side Railway Company;
W. P. Wiggins vs Meldrutn McCown j
M. H. Lee vs M. Bauer; settled.
E. S. Brubaker vs R. W. Wade;
stands on motion to dismiss.
E. Mack Howell vi Oregon Iron and
Steel Company ; upon demurrer.
H. E. Cross vs Marion Johnson; not
properly on docket.
Thomas F. Ryan vs Mitchell & Hard;
Continued on page G.
a Scbcebil W. S. FEh
JJREN & 6CI1UEBEL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Will praotice In all courts, make collections
and settlements of estates, farnuh abstracts of
title, lend yon money and lend yonr money on
first mortgage. Office In enterprise building.
Voluntary Observers' Meteorologi
cal Record , .
Following is the weather report for
the month of October, at Miramonte
Farm, Clackamas county, Or.:
Mean temp.. 66 8.
Max. temp., 78.
Date, 1st to 12th.
Min. temp., 41.
Total precip., 1.31 inches.
. No. days clear, 14.
Partly cloudy, 6. '
. Prevailing wind direction, westerly.
Remarks Heavy morning fogs, 6, 8,
16, 17, 20, 21 and 22.
O. Mcecee, Observer.
OB tGO N
annual ball O-
un!es the children are made to com
ply with the law. Joseph will renew
ids petition to be allowed (o return to
the old hudting grounds in Wallowa
The Twenty-eighth Infantry may go
from Vancouver to the Philippines.
A smelter will be built in Portland
especially adapted to the ores of the Bo
hemia district. 1
Saturday, November 8.
Attacked Lord Kitchener has re
By ported to the London war
Boers. office a disaster to tha
British, near Bethel, East
ern Transvaal, in which two guns were
lost, nine officers killed, 13 killed and
160 wounded. The text of Lord Kitch
ener's kiHpatch, is as follows: "I have
just heard of a severe attack made on
ihe rear guard of Colonel Benson's col
umn, when about 20 miles northwest ot
Bethel, near Broken Langte, during a
thick mift. The strenghth of the en
emy is reported to have been 1,000.
They rushed two guns with the roar
guard, but it is uncertain whether they
were able to n move them. I fear our
casualties are hervy. Colenel Bensnv
and several officers are dead.
Li Hung Chang's foreign physicians
tonight pionounced hii condition gra-e.
He has had hemmorrages for the past
two days. His death would proqahly
affect the n.sMtiati'ii8 as to ManchurU,
which he h.. i hren conducting with M.
Paul Lesser, Kturiun niinisfer to China
Naval plan:? rail for the construction
of 40 more warships.
The Sultan of Turkey has ordered the
completion with all possible speed of
the defensos at Smyrnia, and the en
trance to the Dardanelles. Submarine
mines will be placed and troops mobil
ized at points where disembarkments
are likely. A violent anti-French feel
ing prevails, and fears are felt for the
safety of French residents in Turkien
cities, Constantinople excepted. The
Paris correspondent of the London
Times and Ner York Times declares
that the patience of France with Turkey
has been exhausted. He says that it is
now the general belief that Turkey will
now aha.idon her procrastinating tactics
and will fulfil her engagements.
Sunday, November 3.
Corbett H. W. Corbel t, of Port
Starts land, set the ball rolling
Centennial for the Lewis & Clark cen
tennial celebration vestei
day afternoon with a subscription of
f.'JO.OOO. This is one-tenth of the entire
amount that is to be subscribed by the
stockholders of the corporation. Mr.
Coroett made this announcement at the
meeting of the members of the .commit
tees appointed by the chamber of com
merce, board of trade and manufactur
ers' association, to co-operate with the
subscription committee of the incorpo
rators, of which Mr. Corbett is chair
man. It was the unanimous opinion of
the budness men present that $300,000
could be raised to make the Lewis &
Clark celebration a success, and further,
mat tue generous subscription of Mr.
Corbett did much to assure the raising
of the amount and the ultimate snccess
of the exposition project.
The Multnomah Athletic Club de
feated the University of Oregon Club
by a score of 5 to 0 in football at Eu
Portland men have secured control o
rich copper mines in Skaminia county
The next annual farmer's congress
will be held at Salem, January 6-9, 1902.
The La Grande, Or , beet sugar fac
tory will close Tuesday, after the best
year in its history.
Monday, November 4.
France This morning M. Delcasse,
Demands minister of foreign affairs,
Satisfaction telegraphed to M. Bapst,
From councillor of the French
Turkey. embassy at Constantino
ple, directing hi in to pre
sent to Tewflk Pasha, Ottoman mininter
of foreign affairs, a note, asking how the
Turkish government' proposes to pay
the Lorando claim, and demanding the
execution of the Sultan's trade deuling
with that matter. The note will also
require satisfaction regarding the rights
of Fiance, which are defined in the var
ious capitulations and treaties, which in
some cases have not been respected anil
in others have been encroached upon by
lurkev. This declaration of what has
been done bears out the statement ca
bled yesterday to the associated press
about the intentions of the French gov
ernment. Commissioner Hermann reports
nearly 35,000,003 acres of unreaerved
lands in Oregon.
Furnished Every Week by Clacka
mas Abstract & Trust Co.'
M Baechler to Gainbrinus Brewing
Co, tract adjoining and lots 3. 4.
P T Co's lots.. $
Wm Kpanel to f Spanel, of sw
of sec 28, 2,5 e ......... ..
8 J Harlan to W J Beauman, 1 as
in Clackamas Co... .
L Erb to G C Smucker, 16 foot
roadway in sec 80, 4, 1 w .
R. Q Tiorce to C Partsch, lots 7 and
8. blk 3, Falls View
M A Alexander t i Waverly Associ
ation, lot 14, blk 21, Cambridge,
J Ogle to J Clowser, lots 9 and 10
in blk 6, Barlows
AKatzerto E. M. Perry, wj of
nw of sec 4, 2, 4 e and tract iu sec
W Yager.to P Yager, se of sw-and
2 2-3 as joining, sec 29, 1, 4 e ...
J II Miller to J J Sanderson, 225 87
as in sec 31, 3. 1 e
E Cummins to O P Tallman, no of
sec 7, 4, 3 e
J Sturchler to H Techudy, 30 as in
ne of sec 4, 2, 3 " '.
P Spain ! to G A Jahnke, t of sw
of sec 28, 2, 5 e ....
M Apuch to D Sarint, lots 37, 38
and 39 in Wk 48, Minthorn....
A W Pick to N L Shriner, sw of nw
of sec 28. 1,4 e
T L Oharman t'lintee to W J
Rauch, lot; 5, 6, 7 in blk 7, South
Oregon City 670
H Carr to h B Stone, n of se of
sec 33, 4, 3 e
0 & C R R Co to P Rath, nw of bw
of sec 13, 3, 4 a
F F W hite to L C Cole, Ion 8 and
4, blk 112, Oregon Ci.y. ........ .
J II Alexander to Waverly Associa
tion, lot 18 in blk 21 Cambridge
R F Strauss et al to E Zimmerman,
lot , blk 37. Oswego 500
b Anderson to G A Arndt, 8 jib in
sec 12, 4, 1 w 160
P Moore to M L Hayward, part ot
Farr claim In 2, 2 e 1
E M Ward to E E Miller, 11 as in
Latoureite claim 1000
E Zimmerman to N S Miller, lot 4,
blk 37, 0w'go 125
From Cooperville, Mich., comes word
of a wonderful diecovery of a pleasant
tasting liquid that when used before re
tiring bv anyone troubled with a bad
cough always insures a good night's
rost. "It will soon cure the cough too,"
writes Mrs. S. Himelberger, "for three
generations nf our family have used Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption
and nevpr found its pqnal for 'onghs
and Col(H It H an unrivaled life
saver when used fur desperatn lung
diseases Guaranteed bottles 60c and
$1.00 at G. A. Harding. Trial bottles
hot muffins, hot cakes,
made with Royal Baking
Powder may be freely
eaten without fear of
A slightly used parlor organ for sale
by W. L. Block, the homefurnisher.
Chicago Cot tage Organ at Block's.
The finest bon bon boxes iu town at
th K. K, K.
Shaving only 10 cunts at the first-
class shop of P. G. Shark.
The latest in chocolate of all kinds at
the Kozy Kandy Kitchen,
Kozy Kandy Kitchen, up to date on
A few watches for sale cheap at
Younger'a. Watches cleaned, $1.
The latest out Try the marshraallow
kisses at the Kozy Kandy Kitchen.
$20 to 1 100 to loan on chajtil or per
Dimick & Eastham, Agts.
Land titles examined, abstracts made
and money loaned at lowest rates.
Dimick & Eastham, Lawyer", Oregou
Lumber Leave orders st this offiee
for first-class lumber of al) kinds, or ad
dress W. F. .IIaumb. Beaver Creek,
The Weekly Oregonian gives all the
national news and the Courier-Herald
gives all local and county news. Both
one year for Two Dollars.
The P. C. & O. T. line will until
further notice make a 25 cent round trip
rate from Catiemah and Oregon City to
Portland on Sundays, with cars every
Tablets, Pencils and Rulers fkee at .
Charman & Co., Cut Price DruggiBts.
Guckenheimer rye whiskey direct from
the bonded warehouse. Pnld by the
gallon, botlle or drink by Kelly & Nob
litt. Pure goods in or'ginal packa.os.
Drink Wilhelm's beer. Kelly & Nob
litt, Bole agents.
Parties having a farm to rent will do
well to call on O. A. Cheney, real es
tate and insurance agent, at Oregon
City, who has applicants.
The latest novelties in millinery and
prices the best. Miss Goldsmith.
Piano lessons given by Mre. V. Har
ris, Corner 13th and Main street. Mans
feldt's technic a speei lty.
Children's hat and bonnets at Miss
Oharman & Co. exchange School
Books at Charman fi Co.
A flueUpriph' i iiiu n Block'
Girl can Pn e to attend school
and pay for 1 1 1 u -nl bv agisting with
the houseu- k fa ni y ( three. In
quire at Count r-Utr.ilii oil! o.
New hats arriving daily .it Miss Gold
smith's. , Try the new candy kitc'ien opposite
Baby bonnets a specialty. Miss Gold
mith. To Trade 1C0 scret of bud six milts
south of Oregon City; timber enough to
pay for place; running water, orchard,
about 100 acres cleared. Will trade for
Oregon City or Portland inmroved prop
erty. Inquire at Cou.itr-llerald office.
You would be surprised
if you looked out your
window and saw a shower
of money bagi right in
Ircnt of your door. But
we are showering upon
you golden values which
you should take advant
age of. Every bit of our
Mock is a treasure which
will help to enrich you in
returns of goods for the
money you spend.
INSTRUMENTS OF TORTURE
Some men "get along"
with old razors not fit to
whittle kindling. You
must see our choice cutlery.
We can fit you out here
with just the razor you
want, and insure you qua
lty in the razor you buy,
An i ,r ( . r
V '"" """" ' i irv
You must see
have a com
plete line of
$2.50 a piece.
Cosy houses call fcr pretty
lamps An important factor
in home furnishing. It's for
you to say whether they shall
be plain or pretentious.
Nothing finer than our lamp
stock. No house can sell
good lamps for less money.
Little and big lamps, plain
and elaborate lamps every
one of them good. " There
reputation back of their mak
ing that guarantees them.
Price of lamp like cut $1.15.
Never buy a
Steel Range be
fore you see
what the celc-"
Oak line is of
fering you at
REST AND COMFORT
st a n t i a 1
are ' sleep
co m f o r t -able,
will retain their '"springiness" for years. Trice
$3.50. We have cheaper ones, but servicable,