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COURIER ESTABLISHED MAY, 18B3
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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1902
19th YEAR, NO. 46
Brief Sketches of Those Who Seek
Suffrages from Voters.
SENATOR GEORQK 0. BIIOWNEI.L,
Candidate forrenomination, was born in
New Yoik stale in 1853, where lie Btuiiied
law and was admitted to the oar t the
age oi 21 yeais He then moved to Kan
sas, where he was general attorney for
the Atchinson & Nebraska railroad, and
was elected mayor of Frankfort, Kan.,
in 1884 and reelected in 1885. The follow
ing year he was appointed attorney for
Fitzgerald Mellory Construction Co.,
which built 1000 miles of railroad through
Kansas and Colorado. In 1888 he waa
elected attorney of Ness county, Kan ,
and in 1801 he came to Oregon and lo
cated in Oregon Oi'y. The following
March the republican party tendered
him the nomination for state senator,
which he declined, bat waa made chair
man of convention and central com
mittee. In 181 Mr. ttrownell was
nominated by acclamation and elected
over Hon. W.' A.. (Starkweather; Again
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In l89S, he waa nominated by acclnmi-1888,
tion and elected, defeatirg lion. W. S.
U'Ran. In 18U9 the reniinlicnn count v
convention endorsed him for
man. , II ;. is well kinwn as any othe
residdut of t'lis comi'y, anil is a goo
campaigner m i or tor. In accepting
the notnina i in f'-r the ihirn time h
iid he w.m d wok for en ight-hour la
bor day, three-'ent railroad fare, pre
cinct assessor, and so on. He claims ti
have been instrumentU in passing th
aix-per-ceut interest law, road supervi
sor election law, 80-day exemption law
C G. HUNTLEY,
Candidate for representative, is a na
tive of Michigan, and came to Oreg
City in 1890, and entered into partner
ship with . G. Caulield in the ilm
business. After one year Mr. OanH.-l.
severed his connection with the firm
and went into the banking business.
Mr. Huntley has successfully conducted
me ousinesB lor ine pasi i& years, iasi
spring he was appointed hy the goverum
to serve Qve years on the state hoard of
pharmacy, w hich speaks well for his
business qualifications. He has been
elected counc ilman for two terms and i
at present president of the Oregon City
IIKHMAN A. WEBSTER,
Of Clackamas precinct, candidate
representative, was born in 1872 in Illi
nois, from whence he came to Oregon in
1881. lid received his edu ation in
Portland and at Stanford University,
and studied law in the ollioe of A. S.
Dresser, of Oieg jn City, and was admit
ted to the bar m 1900, but has not prac
ticed reg 1 1 a i-1 y He has been justice of
the peace of Clackamas and Milwaukie
precincts for four years He married
Hattie E. Davis in 1898.
Candidate for representative, is a promi
nent and proserous German farmer and
has been a resident of tieo-ge precinct
for 25 years, heing one of the first thrae
men that settled in that section.
JiSi V. CAMPIEl.L,
Chairman of County Central Committee,
was bom on Prince Edard Island. IIh
w as railroadii g, mining and connected
with tbe Os-vego'i'on works be ore com
ing -o Oregon City. H9 as admitted
to tbo bar in 1893, and the follow in g
year was admitted as a partner ol Hon.
George C. Brownell. He was appointed
deputy district attorney in 1891, was sec
retary of the Central Committee in 1898,
and as made chairman of Fame in 1900
and re-elected last week. He was first
lieutet ant in the war withSpain.
Of New Era, candidate fnr treasurer,
came from Iowa to Oregon in 1875 and
took up anoldier's homestead upon which
he has since resided. He is a member
c: tv' : rr. A. P.. and! served three years
and eight months in the. service.
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Candidate for county commissioner, is a
esident of w ilsouville, on the
-ijde, and is a prosperous farmer.
JUDGE THOMAS F. RYAN,
Candidate for re-election, i a native of
Rhode Island and was educated in the
ublic schools of Providence, H. I.,
nd Holyoke, Mass. On lerving school
ie was engaged in the. woolen manufae
uring businesa until 1878, when he went
o Colorado and engaged in mining for a
ear after which lie waa traveling cor
espondent for the Bos-ton Journal until
lie cam to Oregon in 1880 urila con
ract with the Brownsville woolen mills.
In 1881 he came to Oregon City and ac
epted a position with the Oregon City
Vlanufacturing Company, and in 1885 he
purchased the Cliff House, which he con
ducted successfully for four vears. In
he and T. P Randall engaged in
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Judge Ryan t ok up th study of law in
1895 and was admitted to the bar in
1900. He has held numerous positions :
of trust ; wa- school cierk of Oregon City I
for five term"; tn.tyor of Oregon
City foi one term au l ciiy recorder for
three years, resigning said position to
take judgeship. Vlr. Ryan is an enthu
siastic memlier o' nil the loading f-ater-nal
order-i and h-s lield Hie highest fra-
terual ollices in the state.
W. A ELDUU.M,
surveyor, 1 1
a i a'ive of
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i inili aMitri iii
took up siirvf yirg in lc 66 and has fol
lowed that occupation since aud has no
doubt run more l-nes tt an ary o'her
man in Oregon, lie was mrveyor of
Clackamas county fto-n 1888 o 1890 and
judge f. oni 1890 to 1894 and has been
deputy Mirveyorsii ce 1K97, a position be
( B. L. HOLMAN,
Candidate )or coroner, is a native son,
having been born in McMiimville in
1865. He came to Oregon City in 1890
and engaged in the furniture and under
taking buciness with E. 8. Warren. He
hao been in the undertaking and rgnr
business ever since. Mr. Holn an
has been coroner two te-me, bavirg
been elected in 1892 aud 1894.
TOM P. BANDAL,
Secretary of Central Commitee, is a na
tive ton of Clackamas county and pos
sessed of tliotongh business qualifica
tions, and we expect, as tar as he is con
cerned, a cle
lis Sa uo.. sc. 'ii-g Li j ti. cj ml If ta ue re
corder of Clackamas county.
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JOHN K. BHAVBB, . , t
of Volalla, candidate for sheiff.se
a native eon and was born near
Silverton, Marion county, his
father being a pioneer of 1861
Before moving to Ida present
place of residence he eondact'-d a
liverv stable in Portland for
three yearB, and waa elected ' as?
sensor oi iiat-t lortlana tor nvo
years. In bis precinct he lias
been supervisor for three years,
school director for three terms
and constable lor two -terms. ' He
it one of the must promising stock
raioers and stockbuyers of Clack
amas county. On his ranch he
has over 25 bead of full bred
Herefords. HiB father and brothers
are owners of the Shaver sttrn
boat line on the Columbia. . .
HBNRY 8. BTSVENS,
Candidate for recorder, is s native ben
of Clackamas county, having been bore
in Canemah in 1866. He baa always
lived in this county, for the past eight
years at Milwaukie, where he married.
He was educated in ihe public Brhpols
of Oregon City f nd Portland business
college Mr. Stevens was deputy clerk
under H. H. Jtbmon and depnty re
corder under W. T. Whitlock. For the
past five years be has bien conductor
on the electric line between Oregon City
V. A. SLEIGHT,
of Canby, candidate for county clerk,
came to Oiegon City from Rockford, III.)
in 1889. He was one of the incorpora
tors of the Oregon City cannery, and waa
bookkeeper and head clerk for E. E.
Williams, the eiBtwhile Oregon City
gtocer, for five years, before moving to
Canby, where he haB conducted a fruit
faim of 45 acres for over three years.
He has been director of bis school dis
trict, and is at present school cleik.
JAMES F. NELSON,
Candidate for assessorls a resident of
Milk Creek precinct. He was deputy
aasessor under John Bradley, and is an
EnhrUiining Addresses by Promi
About 100 teachers and other inter
ested peri-ons w. re present at the insti
tute held at the Eastham school build-
ng last Sa-uroay under the auspices of
tbe Clackamas County Teachers' Asso
ciation. The leutures were several
at le lectutes and dUcusaions, the lun
cheon Berved bv the city teachers, and
the musical program presented by the
loal school pupils. ' '
The program as heretofore prinled in
this paper was carried out to the letter,
as follows :
"Civil Government Our Test," was
ably presented by Miss Fannie G. Por
ter, of Oregon City, the most capable
teacher in tbe .bailing school in Port
land. "Mathematical Geography," was il
lustrated in a most ca able manner by
Miss 8ade H. Chase, a promiuent
teacher in the Oregon City schools,
At the afiei noon session Miss K. Al
ice Quigg, of the Portland Acadeinv,
gave an interesting dissertation on "Na
ture Study in Elementary Schools." '
Professor R. O. French, supervisor of
the training department in the Mon
mouth state normal school, gave a very
entertaining lecture on "Important
Phases of Primary Teaching.''
Misses Fannie G Porter and Miss K.
C. McMillan assisted County Superin
tendent Zinser in prepaiing the excel
lent program. On the whole, it was the
most satisfactory teachers' meeting ever
held in Oregon City.
FOR LOCAL BASEBALL.
Oregon City Enthusiasts Effect a
Baseball will be baseball in local cir
cles this year, and will be backed by a
strong combination the Oregon City
Baseball Association, which effected an
organization a few evenings ago, and
elected the following officers:
President, J. W. Moffatt; vice-president,
Clyde G. Huntley j treasurer,
H. L. Kelly, jr. ; executive committee,
J. E. Hedges, W. E. Pratt and O A.
Miller; official coach, Gilbert L
Hedges; team manager, Grant C.Ba
con. The local team will tie a member of
the Northwest Amateur League, com
prising Woodburn, Ilillsboro, Van
couver and Oregon City. ' The first lo
cal game of the season will be played
here about May 1st. Some good t: ruber
will be added to the already skilled
team of last year, and some red-hot, in
teresting games may be expected.
The personell of the members of tbe
Association gives the organization a
Probate Court Orders.
W.M. Shank, who is the principal
creditor of tbe estate of James E,
Faulkner, deceased, was appointed ad
ministrator. J.W. Loder, J P. Lovett
and G. L, Hedges were appointed ap
praisers. In the matter of the es'ate of Ezra VV.
Cressy, deceased, Richard Scott, ad
ministrator, a distribution was ordered.
The will of the late Joseph Ellis was
Gled for probate, but the instrument
was sent to Wallace, Idaho, to secure
the testimony of the subscribing wit
nesses. Foley' Honey and Tar contains no
opiates, and will not constipate like
nearly all other cough molicinos. Re
fuse substitutes, Cbarman & Co.
1 l'.v "-i a1
oft 4 A f ?!T- ')"
in a wagon, every time you break down it
though the manufacturersreplace the broken
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of a wagon
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and get one that has as you
cannot afford to run any
chances on the material used
full lineof Buggies and Spring Wagons
and everything you need it only takes a
save you dollars. .
THE HOUSE FURNISHER
. Placing Your
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f iu iiiuiicy suuih in uuiiuniij is so wisely piaceu as mat
j which you pay for good doors and
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 6xl thick we
will not send you one that is dressed down to 1 Jfj inches, it will
measure one and one-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.
Artistic Wall Paper
There are many works of art in our
stock of Wall Papers, We think we have
some that are prettier 'than any ever
Better Weights? '
See if there isn't one here that just suits
Price S cents per double roll. Of
course we have higher priced paper.
Here are novelties made to our order
in exclusive designs. In the magnitude
and variety of these Lace Curtails, in
their artistic excellence and in their un
usally low prices we present a sale 'that
will be profitable and helpful to you in
draping and adoring your home. Fixing-up-time
is met by unusual offerings.
Lace Curtains per yatd 10c.
Mark on the side
box is a guarantee
and high grade
If yours does
it on dispose of it
costs you money
-( 1 J ..
windows. We invite atten
The mechanical con
struction of the
mak" it a great
pleasure, because of
the ease of opctdtioti
and the perfect work
Price $20 and pay
as you please.