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COURIER ESTABLISHED MAY, 1883
HERALD ESTABLISHED JULY, 1B93
INDEPENDENT ESTABLISHED 1898
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1902
19th YEAR, NO. 4Q
(J D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Commeroial, Heal Estate and Probate Law
Office In Commercial Bank Building
OREGON CITY OBIGOK
of OREGON CITY
Transacts a general tanking business
Makes loans and collections, discounts bills
trays and sells domestic and foreign exchange
and recelres deposits subject to oheck.
Open from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
D. C. Latovbhtte,
THE PIONEER EXPRESSMAN
rmmr.t dpllverv to all parts of the elty
noimnw PITT OREGON
G. B. PlMICK
Tlt O POLITICAL MEtTlSGS.
Republicans and Socialists Hold
Conferences Last Saturday.
Republican county convention will
be held on Wednesday, March 26th. and
the primaries Saturday, March 22nd.
The Social st mans convention will be
held in Willamette hall, Saturday,
ing too drastic. Robert Ginlher,' of
Sbubel, led the opposition to the reso
lution, claiming that there were acme &l
persons, who were so situated that they sm
nnnlil nnt. icjn Bni'h a nlfldtrA. hilt tht 1 'Z
n .vrnnt hian nrowo in f 111 1 Ofllinnl Wltll l.llfl !
movement. The resolution carried by a , VW
voteof!7to5. Mrs. S P. Lewelling, !
of Milwaukie, was present, and was en-
thusiaetic in favor of the resolution. SM
Others who took a prominent part in Kjjj
the discussion were: G. F. Gibbs, of Kg
Maple Lane; A J. Maville, of Cane- Wfl
mah; J H. Wright, of Colton ; W. W. ' Jjt?
Myers, of Maple Lane; B. Frederieh, of fe
New Era ; Frnz Kraxberger, of Macks
burg ; G. B. M. Jones and J. Meindl, of W
Abernethy. Professor Thompson, re- S5g
cently from Oklahoma, was present at ura
Durine the discussion of the pledge.
ru.i T : .1 1 ..n-L.l fl,nt tlia
signing oi mat. nocumeni um uui muu
the subscriber to vote lor every man
nominated at the county convention. ' !
Plows - Harrows Drills
0. W. Eastham
niMICK & EASTHAM
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Commercial, Real Estate and Probate Law Specta
ties, Abstract of Title made, Money Loaned.
Reference, Bank of Oregon City
OREGON CITY OREGON
)R. L. L. PICKENS
Prices Moderate. All Operations Guaranteed.
Barclay Building Oregon City
All nrnfli- n-nlTO n t.Ptl Mid satisfaction guaraSteed
Crown and Bridge work a spcolalty
OREGON CITY OREGON
J)R. FRANCIS FREEMAN
Graduate of Northwestern University
School, also of American College
Dental Surgery. Chicago
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS.
Kegular February Term
M'jrton, John Lewellen mud T.
Road Dist. No. 1 '
J II Meyer, general fund........ $11 05 J
J Connsf 11, road fund 3 00
Harry Gifl'ord 4 50. j
W H Counsel! 8 00
Henry Stuckey 1 50 .
Total $28 05 I
Road Dist. No. 2
J H Meyer, general fund 13 85
Road Dist No. 3
S B Johnson, general fund 20 71
Rodlum Brothers 8 93
O W Griffin, road fund 13 00 i
W W Coooke 6 00
EdGrillin. 5 25
J P McMurry 1 50
Total $55 39 1
Road Diat. No. 4
S A DonglasB $6 75
A L Baker 6 75
Joseph Cahill 13 12 ,
J E Burnett 13 501
W. W. CHUISTIE, D. O. 0. D. LOVE, P. O.
J) US. CHRISTIE & LOVE
Graduates of Amerioan School of Osteopathy.
Riicflpssfully treat all chionle diseases
bucoessiunjr niechanioai manipulation.
Examination and consultation free.
Office hours: 8 to u ana mi, uuu,.
Rooms 8 and 4, Stevens Building
DKALKB IN '
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
OREGON CITY OREGON
JJ C. STRICKLAND, M. D.
(Hospital and Private Experience)
Spocial attention paid to Catarrh and Chronic
Office hours: 10 to 12, a. m.; 4 to 6, p. m.
OREGON CITY OREGON
W. S. 1-REN
jJREN & SCHUEBEL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Will practice in all courts, make collections
.(ilpmints of estates, furnish abstracts of
title lend you money and lend your money on
first' mortgage. Office in Enterprise building.
OREGON CITY OREGON
REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE MEETING
Only 29 out of the 38 precincts in
Clackamas county were present at the
republican county central committee
meeting held in the county court room
Saturday. Chairman J. U. Campbell
called the assemblage together, and Sec
retary Dimick filled his position. There
was a smaller representation of com
mitteemen than usual at these bien
nial gatherings. The roll was called,
and before the meeting was closed, the
following precinc.s were represented.
The annexed figures show the number
of delegates to which each preciect will
be entitled at the coming county con
vention and the names of the commit
Abernethy, W. H. Smith 6
Barlow, O. Kocher r. . .2
Beaver Creek, Dr. T. B. Thomas. . . .4
Borings, C. M Lake 3
Canby, A. M. Vineyard 6
Canemah, Charlts O. Rose. . .. 4
Clackamas, James Besstlau 6
George, Hans Paulsen 2
Harding, Fred Gerber 3
Highland, W. C. Buckuer 3
Maple Lane, M. McGeehan 3
Milk Creek, John Dementi, by R. H.
Milwaukie, J. E. Wetzler 7
Marquam, I. D. Larkins ... . 3
Needy, J. B. Noe 4
Nbw Era, Enos Cahill 3
Oregon City No. 1, H. W. Tremhath,8
Oregon City No. 2, E. P. Rands.... 12
Oswego, J. A. Tufts 5
Pleasant Hill, S. J.M. Kelso 5
Sievers, Adolf Aechoff 3
Springwater, A. M. Shibley 2
Tualatin, J. L. Kruse 4
Union, W. L. White 2
Molalla, John Shaver 4
Viola, J. Randolph by W. H. Mat
West Oregon City, C. A. Miller. ...6
Killin. O. L. Barbur 3
No republicans were present from the
following precincts, but the, names of
the committeemen and apportionment of
delegates ate given : Total
Canvon Creek. W. E. Bonnev 2 I Road Dist. No. 6
Cascades. J. H. Wewer .4 ! J H Wewer, general fund
Cherryville, Silas D. Hedges 2 I F A Meinig
Eagle Creek, Dr. O. B. Smith 4 Herman Ridderbusch
Damascus, E. L. White 4 I Thomas Clsrk
Garfield, D. S.' Jones 3
MackBburg, Sherman Wolfer 2
Oregon City No 3, D. W. Kinnaird, 5
Soda (Springs, A'lbert Crossau 2
Chairman Campbell made a prelimi
nary address before the business of the
convention was commenced. Among
other suggestions he recommended that
the people who shall attend the coming
republican convention make prepara
tions to come prepared with planks for
the platform, so that there would be no
delay in this part of the work. He sug
gested that platform have a declaration
in favor of an inheritance and income
On motion the apportionment of del
egases to the coming county convention
was made on a basis of one for everv 20
votes cast for the McKinley electors at
the last presidential election, one for ev
ery fractional vote cast over 10, and one
delegate at large.
On motion of Enos Cahill, seconded by
Kruse it was decided to hold the prima
ries on bat u relay, March Zznd, and
on motion of 0 . A. Miller, it was carried
that the county convention be held on
Wednesday, March 26th.
As figured out by the secretary, the
convention will consist of 147 delegates,
a little larger than that of last year.
The matter of the representation of the
new precinct of Killiu was discussed,
and it was ascertained that Needy had
gained as many republican votes from
Marquam precinct, as were lost to Kil
lin precinct in the change of bounda
ries. However, it was ascertained that
Marquam had lost the greater number
of her republican voters to the new Kil
lin precinct. The adjustment of the
Marquam and Killin delegations was
left to a committee composed of Captain
W. rl. Smith, 1. L). Larkins and O. L.
While the committee were deliberat
ing, Senator Brownell was called upon
for a speech. He scored the call for the
independent movement, denouncing it
as a move to get official position, at
which the 45 candidates for office in the
room and court house corridors visibly
made self-righteous smiles. The sena
tor recommended that the delegates to
the county convention select the best
men with due regard to geographical location.
NOW is the time that the WIDE AWAKE FARMER
is looking where he can buy the best goods for the
least money, and he always decides on the
Canton P & 0. Plows and Harrows
because they run easier and do better work than any other.
of the County
s and Seei
Are the Standard of the World. They work in all soils
and are a positive Force Feed, and will sow all kinds of
grain without cracking the seed. If you contemplate buy'
ing a Drill or Seeder investigate the Superior.
Now is the time to Pull the Stumps, out of your
field. We have the machine the Steel Clad Grubber.
It will pull half an acre while while you set some other
machines. Come and investigate this before buying a
Stump Puller. ....
You will also find a full and complete line of Farm
and Spring Wagons, Buggies, Garden Tools, Pumps,
Wind Mills, &c
$40 12 j
Alhnn Meiniir 3 00
Thomas Clark, road fund. i. 3 00 d
n.,i..,.. 3 nn Tilt
Jlilitil wuimau l
F i Walk ley..
W Waspe. . . .
iORTHWEST IMPLEMENT lONIPANY,
208 FRONT STREET,
J II Revenue 4 50
.$ 30 50
Road Dist. No. 8
C P Ware, general fund ?7 50
Frank Stone . . 7 50 ;
IraFlinn ... 3 00
J W Stoncken 1 50
FE Slmngle 8 00 ; 1
Dutlie Hedges i oi'
William Fegles 1 50
Road Dist. No. 11
J E Smith, road fund $ 22 00 j
E C Hackett 8 25 1
A Cliff 6 75
E Eby 5 25
Total $43 00
Road Dist. No. 12
James E Corless, general fund. . . 19 41 I
J C Kirchem, road fund 5 25
WPKirchem 3 00
Total $27 66
Road DiBt. No 13
Sevier and Hickenbothem gen..$ 7 33
CB Ward 5 00
W C Ward, road fund 15 00
C B Ward 12 75
TCJudd 3 75
JB Dew 2 25
M C Ward 8 25
Total $ f4 33
Road Dist. No 14
BFLinn, general fund $146 00 I
T H Davies, road tuna o id
LMDavies 6 00
Sara Bailey 6 00
John Gaffney, jr 5 25
G F Gibbs 5 25
James Shelly ' 00
L Howard 4 50
Henrv Schmale 4 50
R Renald 3 00
JR Myers 9 00
THE HOUSE FURNISHER
Placing Your Money
No money spent in building is so wisely placed as that
which you pay for good doors and windows. We invite atten
tion to the assortment of our well made stock. Many great
economies will be revealed by a visit and critical inspection of
exceptional offerings throughout the entire store.
Misrepresentations of any kind are not permitted in our
store, if we advertise one door 2 feet 6x6 feet 6xi thick we
will not send you one that is dressed down to i& inches, it will
measure one and pne-half inches and cost only $1.35 at that
We guarantee our prices on windows to be as low or lower than
any factory in Oregon can sell.
ROBERT A. MILLER
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Will pracUce In all Courts of the State
Welnhard Building, Opposite Court House
OREGONJ CITY, OREGON
W. II. YOUNG'S
Livery & Feed Stable
Finest urnouts in City
OREGON CITY. OREGON
S. J. VAUGHN'S
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Nearly opposite Suspension bridge
First-Class Rigs of All Kinds
OREGON CITY, ORBGON
SOCIALST COMMITTEE MEETING.
An earnest, enthusi mtic meeting of
the the Clackamas County Socialist Cen
tral Committee, augmented by numer
ous other active workers of the party
was held in Justice McAnulty's court
room. County Chairman Fred Meindl
oresided, and County Organizer W. F.
i'ruden acted as secretary during the
temporary absence of Secretary William
Beard, who was unable to he present in
the early pa 't of the meeting. The
principal business transacted was the
selection of the time and place for hold
ing the county mass convention of the
The time set for holding the county
convention is Saturday, March 8th, at
10 o clock a. m., for the purpose of nom
inating a county ticket and transacting
uch other business as may come before
the gathering. Chairman Meindl and
Secretary Beard w.ere authorized to se
cure a meeting place and make other
necessary arrangments for the conven
tion, and subsequently secured 'Willam
The following pledge was submitted
as a test credential for those who
should be permitted ro take part in the
mass convention :
"We hereby pledge ourselves to sup
port the constitution andplatform of the
socialist party and to serve all connec
tion with all, other parties."
This resolutioa provoked considerable
discussion, and a few opposed it as be-
Total 203 00
Road Dist No 15
R H Tuber, road fund 8 Oft
S Thomas ' j
I N Criteser 3 00
G Criteser 1 85
R D Miller 4 50
A Warner 9 00
F W Hecker 6 00
W CriteBer 3 00
R H Taber, general fund 00
Total 130 AO
Road Dist No 16
Charles Bauman, road fund $ 5 25
II Lucus.'. 2 25
Frank Briggs 3 00
.1 F Briggs 9 00
Total 19 50
Road Dist 17
Adkins Bros general fund 1109
Fmll Krm?er 4 50
, 1 50
f 111 v.J I
Artistic Wall Paper
works of art in our
We think we have
lhere are many
stock of Wall Papers,
some that are prettier than any ever
See if there isn't one here that just suits
Price S cents per double roll. Of
course we have higher priced paper.
a -. raw a n
A F Snell
D R Dimick :..
Alec Tice road fund.
Perry Burns.... ....
James Adkins 2 00
Total $ 43 84
Road Dist No 19
Trollinger Bros, general fund.... 11 54
O Boynigton 4 00
E Bowman 3 00
James Mallatt 7 50
Continued on page 7.
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