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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1902.
(V' D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
0 ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Commercial, Real Estate and I
Office In Commercial Bank Building
OREGON CITY OREGON
or OREGON CITY
Transacts a general banking business
Makes loan? and collections, discounts bilis
bnyi and sells domestic and foreign exchange,
and receives deposits subject to check.
Open from 9 a, m. to 4 p. m.
D. C. Latoceette,
T. 1. MBYia
Qt N. GREENMAN
THE PIONEER EXPRESSMAN
Prompt delivery to all parts ol the city
OREGON CITY OREGON
DR. GEO. HOEYE
All work warranted and aatisfaotlon guaranteed
Crown and Bridge work a specialty
OREGON CITY OBBGON
J)R. FRANCIS FREEMAN
DENTIST ' .
Graduate of Northwestern University Dental
School, also of American College of
Dental Surgery, Chicago
OREGON CITY OREGON
J I. SIAS
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY
Silverware and Spectacles
Qt E. HAYES
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Btevens Building, opp. Bank ( Oregon City
QBIGON CITY OREGON
(jjEO. T. HOWARD
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
At Red Frort, Court House Block
OREGON CITY OREGON
JJi C. STRICKLAND, M. D.
(Hospital and Private Experience)
Special attention paid to Catarrh and Chronic
Office hours: 10 to 12, a. m.; 1 to t, p. m.
OREGON CITY OREGON
0. Schuebeu W. S. U'REN
ITREN & SCHUEBEL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Will prnotioe In nil courts, make collections
and settlements ol estates, furnlah abstracts of
title, lend you money and lend your money on
first mortgage. Office In Enterprise building,
OREGON CITY ' OBKGON
Qt W. EAST IT AM
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Land Titles Examined, Abstracts Made, Deeds,
Mortgages, Klc. drown, Money Loaned.
Office over Bunk of Oregon City.
OREGON CITY, - OREGON
OROBEKT A. MILLER CARL HABEHLACH
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Will practice In all Courts ol the State -
Welnhard Building, Opposite Court House
OREGON. CITY, OREGON
W. II. YOUNG'S
Livery & Feed Stabl
FincBt Turnouts in City
OREGON CITY. OREGON
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Nearly opposite Suspension bridge
First-Class Rigs .f All Kinds
OREGON CITY, OKEGON
Best possible to build
No wniron is or can be better than a Mitchell,
boeaiiRe the cream of wood flock Is used, only af
ter being thoroughly seasoned. The wagon Is well
woned. well painted, well proportioned, and rum
the llgheatof any
It Ik nearly 70 years since the first Mltrhell wag
n was built, and they have been liullt continu
ously ever alnee by the Mitchells. Win n you buy
a Mitchell you get the benefit of this TO years' rx
erleuoe. Mitchell, Lewis & Stover Co.
First and Taylor Sts.,
twh a Hit Kind You Hav AlwnYS Bon.fr
To physical warnings wfll
ofta prevent serioM
illacM.", W)jen the ar
oppressive fullness alter
eating;, bitter risings,
belchinf , headache, dull
ness, nervousness, with
physical and aiental slug
gishness, prompt atten
tion should be given to
the condition of the diges
tive and nutiTuve sys
tems. Not all these
symptoms will occur at
once or in any single
case, but any one of them
indicates a disordered
condition of the stomach
and other organs of diges
tion and nutrition.
A prompt cure of these
conditions will be effected
by the timely use of Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery. It heals dis
eases of the stomach and
other organs of digestion
and nutrition, perfectly
and permanently. Many
diseases, seemingly re
mote from the stomach,
have their origin -in a
diseased condition of the
organs of digestion and nutrition. " Golden
Medical Discovery " cures through the
stomach diseases which have their origin
in a diseased condition of the stomach, and
hence diseases of liver, lungs, heart and
other organs are cured by use of the " Dis
covery." It contains no alcohol, neither
opium, cocaine, or other narcotic. It is a
true temperance medicine.
Accept no substitute for "Golden Med
ical Discovery." There ia .nothing else
"Juat as good."
"I was a total wreck could not sleep or eat,"
writes Mr. I. O. Beers, of Berryman, Crawford
Co., Mo. "For two years I tried medicine from
doctors but received very little beaeat. I lost
3eh and strength, was not able to do a good
ay's work. I commenced taking Dr! Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery, and when I had
taken one bottle I could aleep, and my appetite
was wonderfully 'improved. I have taken five
bottles and am still improving."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con.
stipation by curing the cause. They do
not beget the pill habit
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Regular March Term of the
J. R. Morton, John Lewellen and
T. ts. Kiliin, Uonnty (Jouimieeioners
In the matter of application for relo
cation of Smith road. Granted.
In the matter of report of viewers on
survey of Borland road. Laid over un
til next term.
JRCook 4 60
Albert Bullock 6 1)0
Robert Bihel 4 60
Beni Athey 4 00
Chan Larson 4 00
A H Borland 4 00
Ernest P Rands 16 60
Total $42 80
In the matter of bonds of justice and
constable of just ices district No. 15. Ap
In the matter of application for relief
of Robert Wickman and Leander Forbes.
Allowed $10 and $40 respectively out of
indigent soldier fund.
In the matter of plank for the
Mothnke road Clerk ordered to ad
vertise for one mile.
In the tnat.er of netition of O. H. and
V. Johnson for change in Epperson
road. Granted. Viewers 8. 8. Way
bill, Cliff Sloop and Grant Sloop. Date
of mrvey, March 27th, 1902.
In t e matter ol adjustment of special
school tax levies. Each district allowed
the amount collected from property
witnm present oonnaanes.
In the matter ot aid lor JMrs. Schweit
zer. Allowed $4.
In the matter of change in voting pre
cinct at Beaver Creek. Established at
In the ntatler of county warrant No,
10151 and road w arrant No. 18123 Or
In the matter of bids for plank on
Beavir Creek and 'Highland road.
Awarded to W. F. Harris for $6.40 per
In the matter of petition of Minda E.
Chinch for settlement of taxes.
In the matter of scalp statement. Ap
proved. In the matter of the Lawton hill road.
In the matter of the Oregon City and
Southern Railway Company. Notilied
to conform to their franchise in Cane
malt. In the matter of contingent and indi
gent soldier funds. Allowed $100 each
from general fund.
In the matter of expense of inquest of
Charles Mnnson. Clerk ordered to send
bill to Andrew Swenson, Damascus.'
In the matter of officer's reports. Ap
Bean th Kind You Have Always Boirctt
1110 MM! 1011
Too. Know What lou Are Taking;
When you take Rove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because tile formula is plainly
printi d on every bottle showing that it
u limply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless
tortn. JNo Lure, JNo pay. 00c.
The largest sum ever paid for a de
scription, changed hands in San Fran
cisco, Aug. 30,1901. Ihe transfer in
volved in coin and stock $112,600.00 and
was paid by a party ot business men for
a speciuc lor bright s Disease and Dia
betes, hitherto incurable diseases.
They commenced the series investi
gation of the specillc Nov. 15, 1900.
They interviewed scores of the cured
and tried it out on its merits bv puttina
over three dozen cases on the treatment
and watching them. They also got phy
sicians to name chronic, incurable cases,
and administered it with the physicians
for judges Up to Aug. 25, eighty-seven
percent of the test cases were either
wed or progressing favorably.
There being, but thirteen percent of
failures, the parlies were satisfied and
closed the transaction. The proceedings
of the investigating committee and the
clinical reports ol the test cases were
published and will be mailed free on ap
plication. Address John J. Fulton
Company, 420 Montgomery St., tan
Francisco, Cal. Cbarman & Co. are our
sole incuts in Ortgoa City.
A Complete Lint of Republican
Following is the ooly complete and
correct list of justices of the peace, con
stables, road supervisors and centra
committeeman nominated at the repub
lican county convention held last week.
The reporter secured the list from each
delegation as they were named, but as
the Courier-Herald goes to press sev
eral hours earlier than any other paper,
this part of the proceedings were
crowded out :
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE AND CONSTABLES .
District No. 1, Pleasant Hill. Tuala
tin and Union Justice, Charles Han
sen ; constable, S B. Seely.
District No. 2, Oswego Justice, J. C.
Haines, sr.; constable, WMliam Miller.
District No. 3, Milwaukie and Clack
amas Justice, John Wise, of Milwau
kie; constable, George Mooney, of
District No, 4, the three Oregon City
precincts, Abernethy, Maple Lane; Ca
nemah and West Oregon City Justice,
Livy Stipp, of Oregon City No. 3 ; con
stable, H. S. Moody, of Oregon City
. No. 5 incorporated into other dis
District No. 6, New Era and Canby-r
Justice,, William Knight; .constable,
John Graham, both of CJanby. -:V-
Dfstrict No. 7, Barlow 'and MackB
burg Justice, J. H.Joyner, 6f MackV
burg; constable, J McCreary, of Bar
low. 1 ,::'v y;
District No.. 8, Molalla, Marquam
and, Soda Springs No nominations. "
Triiatrict No. 9, Beaver Creek fend Milk
Creek Justice;, R. M. Cooper, of Car us ;
constable, Ap Jones.
District No. 10, Highland and Can-;
yon Creek Justice, M. E. Kandle: con
stable, E. Pollock; both of Highland. .
District No. 11, Harding', Springwa
ter and Viola Justice, b. Tenny, of
Viola; conitablt, Homer DuBois, of
Springwater. '. ' 'V;A-rf; ,.
District No. 12, Damascus and Bor
ingJustice, 8, C. Young : coris'able,
Robert Heiser; both of Damascus. .
(, District! No. 13, Cascades, Bullnin
and Cherryville Justice, T. Q. Jonsrud ;
both of Cascades.
District No. 14, Garfield, George and
Eaisle Creek Justice, J. P. Woodle;
constable, B. . F. Forrester, of Eagle
District No, 15, Needy and Killin
Justice, B. F. Smith; constable, Rich
ard Garrett; both of Needy.
CENTRAL COMMITTEEMEN AND ROAD SU
PERVISORS. Abernethy Road supervisor, John E.
Smith ; committeeman, Captain W. H.
Beaver Creek Road supervisor, Fred
Moehnke; committeeman, Henry Horn
shuh. Barlow Road supervisor, W. S.
Tull ; committeeman, C. U Barlow.
Bullrun Road supervisor, Charles
Leaf; committeeman, Adolf Aschoff.
Borings Road supervisor, A. Vetsch;
commi'teemdn, S. E. Card.
Oanl y Road supervisor, Adam
Knigiit; committeeman, D. R. Dimick.
Canemah Road supervisor, W. B.
Lawton; committeeman, Samuel Ste
vens Clackamas Road supervisor, P. T.
Davis; committeman, Otto Gengel
bach. . .
Cascades Two road supervisors, J. H.
Revenue and Fred Wagner; commit
teeman, J. H. Wewer.
Canyon Creek Road supervisor,
Coll James; committeeman, P. E.Bon
ney Cheriyville Road supervisor, Joe
Walls; committeeman, isilas D.
Damascus Road Supervisor, O. W.
Griflin ; committeeman, A W. Cooke.
EhkIo Creek Road supervisor, Joe
Cahill ; committeeman, H Hoffmeiater,
Gariield Road supervisor, Charles
Duncan; committeeman, E. F. Sur
George Road supervisor, Hemv
Johnson; committeeman,. Huns raul
Ben. Harding Road supervisor J. O.
Sprague; central committeeman, J. S.
Highland Road supervieor, Joseph
Pollock; committeeman, E. Harrington.
Killin Koad supervitor, Bud Thomp
son; committeeman, W. H Marvin.
Macksburg Road supervisor, Frank
Brusch ; committeeman, O. 11. Wright.
Maple Lane Koad supervisor. F. E.
Ternan ; committeeman, J, H. Darling.
Marquam Koad supervisor, I. D.
Larkins; committeeman, John Labor.
Molalla Two road supervisors, H. J.
Rastall and William Dart; central com
mitteeman, E. E. Judd.
Milk Creek Road supervisor, P. Pen
dleton; committeeman, R. J. Schue
bel. Milwaukie Road supervisor, W. II.
Counsell; committeeman, Charles La
kin. Needy Road supervisor, David Yo
der; central committeeman, J. G. Noe.
New Era Road supervisor, August
Staehley; committeeman, Robtrt H.
Oregon City No, 1 No- road super
visor; committeeman, H.'W. Trembath.
Oregon City No. 2 No road super
visor; committeeman, J. U. Campbell.
OiegonCity No. 3 No road super,
vibor; committeeman, Tom P. Randall.
Oswego Road supervisor, G. H. Lo
cey ; committeeman, O. N Haines.
Pleasant Hill Road eupeivisor, J. R.
Heater; committeeman, 8. M. Kelso.
Soda Springs Road supervisor, B. F.
Boyles; committeeman, E. M. Crossan.
Springwater- Road Btipaevianr, J. A,
Reidj committeeman, J. T. Myeis.
Tualatin Road supervisor, A. H.
Borland; committeeman, J. L. Kruse.
West Oregon City Road supervisor,
Kd Batdoif; committeeman, O. A. Mil
Viola Road supervisor, James Ful
lam ; committeeman, W. H. Mattoon.
in cnoice and printing oi illustrations
the monthly Magazine Numbers of The
Outlook have greatly improved of late,
and the April Magazine Number has pic
torially bith distinction and variety,
'the list of illustrated articles includes
an elaborate presentation of the plans
lor oeaiHiiymg asliing on, by air. .Li
bert F. Baldwin, with a dozen beautiful
pictures from the artit-t's original draw
ings aid maps of "Washington Fifty
Years Hence;" a thrilling account of
expmeiiies im lite Antarctic Continent
by Boichgrevii k, the leader of the ex
pedition of 198, and the first man to
set foot on the Autarctic Continent,
with reproductions of many of tbe ex
plorer's own photographs ," portraits and
brief sketches of the new Secretary of
the Navy, Mr. Moody, Admiral Kempff,
and the Rev; S.topford A. Brooke; a no
table article on "Education in the Phil
ippines" by the Hon. Fred W. Atkin
son, Superintendent of Public Educa
tion in the A.hilipdinea, with photo
graps taken for the purpose; a further
installment of Dr. Edward Everett
Hale's 'Memoirs of a Hundred Years,
and ''The Lambert Masterpieces," an
account of the remarkable art collection
made by Mr. Lambert, a silk manufac
turer of Patterson, New Jersev, with re
productions of paintings by Lawrence,
Romney, Reynolds, Botticelli and other
great artists In this, as in all toe mag
ezine numbers, the current history of
the world and progress of literature are
recorded and interpreted as fully as in
the unillustrated weekly issues.
,W : A VALUABLE MEDICINE.
For Coughs and Colds In Children.
, "I have not the Blightes hesitancy in
recommending . Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy to all who are suffering from
conghs or colds," says Charles M. Cra
mer, Ecq.," a well known watch maker,
of Colomoo, Ceylon. "It has been some
two years since the city dispensary first
called my 'attention to this valuable
medicine and I have... repeatedly used it
and it has always been beneficial. It
has cured me quickly of all .chest cold .
It is especially effective for children and
seldom takes more than one bottle to
cure them of hoarseness. I have per
suaded many to try this valuable medi
cine, and they are as well pleased as my
self Over the results." For sale by G.
A. Harding. k ' ,
"'t-'.; Weather-Report. ' A
, Tbe following data, coveting a period
bfSOyears, hitve been compiled from
the Weather Bureau records at Port
land. Oregon, for the month of April : '
Mean or normal temperature, 52 deg.
' The warmest month was that of 1881,
with an average of 55 deg.
The coldest month was that of 1872,
with an verage of 4(3 deg
Tbe highest temperature was 89 deg.
on the 17th, 1897.
The lowest temp rature was 28 deg.
on the 7 h, 1875. Average dale on
which first "killing" frost occurred in
autumn, November, 15th.
Average ite on which last "killing"
frost occutred in spring, Ma.ch 17th
Avtrage for the month, 3.14 inches.
Average number of days with 01 of an
inch or more, 14.
The greatest monthly precipitalion
was 1.12 inches in 1885.
The greatest amount of precipitation
recorded in any consecutive hours was
1 34 inches on the 2nd, 1883.
The greatest amount of snowfall re
corded in any consecutive hours (record
extending to winter of 1884-85 only) was
0.1 inches on the 4th, 1895.
Average number of clear days, 6;
partly cloudy days, 11 ; cloudy days, 13.
The prevailing winds have been from
the northwest. '
The highest velocity of the winds was
46 miles from the southeast on the 3rd
Dreadful Attack of Whooping Congh.
Mrs. Ellen Harlison, of 300 Park Ave.,
Kansas City, Mo., writes as follows:
"Our two children had a severe attack
of whooping cough, one of them in the
paroxyism of coughing would often faint
and bleed at the nose. We tried every
thing we heard of without getting re
lief. We then called in our family doc
tor who prescribed Foley's Honey and
Tar. With the very first dose they began
to improve and we feel that it has saved
their lives." Refuse Substitutes. Char
man & Co.
The III Wind
that blows nobody good is bent on er
rands of mischii f in the fall and winter.
It proilttces that most dmgerous of com
mon complaints a bad cold. Your cold
will not become bronchitis, nor con
sumption if vou make timely we of Al
len's Lung Balsam. Take it frequently
until tbe cough and tbe stopped up feel
ing in the chest a.e gone, (jonlains no
opium and will not disturb digestion.
Good for Rheumatism
Last fall I was taken with a very se
vere attack of muscular rheumatism
which caused me great pain and annoy
ance. After trying several prescriptions
and rheumatic cures, I decided to use
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which I had
seen advertised in the South Jersey man.
A'ter two applications of this Remedy I
was much better, and after iming one
bottle, was completely cured. Sallie
Harris, Salem, N. J. For sale by G. A.
He Kept His Leg.
Twelve years ago J. W. Sullivan, of
Hartford, Conn., scratched his leg with
a rusty wire. Inflammation and blood
poisoning set in. For two yeara he suf
fered intensely. Then the "best doctors
urged amputation, "but," lie writes, "I
used one bottle of Electric Bitters and
4 boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve
and my leg was sound and well as ever."
For Eruptions, Eczema, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, sores and all blood disorders
Electric Bitters has no rival on earth.
Try them. George A. Harding will
guarantee satisfaction or refund money.
I had nervous indigestion and a
general derangement of the entire
system. It had been a continual
torture for 12 years. My blood be
came very poor and at times my
toe ami finger nails would be dis
eased. After eating I would sit in
a chair and put my feet on some
thirg to kep them from a ellii g,
and at timet would take off my
shoes for the misery I had. When
ever I experience anything to re
mind me of patt aches I cannot be
too elated to tell what Ripans Tab
ules have done forme. I still take
one cow and then, because I know
Low bad I have been. They were
just what I needed.
The Fie-CVnt racket is euonsh for art or
dinary ocasslon. The family bottle, t0
cents, contains a supply for year.
Guaranteed to be the best Sulky Plow
in the world. This is a broad statement,
but we stand rady to prove it in the field
with any plow made.
3flr8end for Special Catalogue.
Mi'chell, Lewis & Staver Co
THE MORNINd TUB
cannot be enjoyed in a basin of limited
capacity nor where the water supply and
temperature is uncertain by reason of
defective plumbing or heating apparatus.
To have both put in thorough working
order will not prove expensive if the
work is done by
F. C. GADKEt
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 Foitland.
Drop a card in the postoffice and
have sample-book brought to your
house, or telephone Ely Bros.' store
J. MURROW, Oregon City
That's what you need ; some
thing to cure your bilious
ness and give you a good
digestion. Aver s Pills are
liver pills. They cure con
stitution and biliousness.
Want yonr TH'Mmtni-'ne or htnird a bttautilul
brown or rich I I; ? Xlic n use
60 CT9. OF Dnufir.isTB, 0" R P. H.n. A Co. , N.sm A, N. H,
Rain and sweat
have no effect on
with Eureka Har
ness Oil. It re
sists the damp.
er soft and pli
do not break, y
No rough sur-
face to chate
and cut. The
as lonfjby the
Harness Oil. T
At all Aug stem.
2S Dom 25c
and Tin Shop
JOBBING AND, REPAIRING
Opposite Caufleld Block OREGON CITY
Secoiul-IIand & Junk Store
Highest Prices Paid for Second-Hand
Goods, Hides, Junks, Metals of all
Second-Hand Goods Bought and.Sold
Goldstone, Sagarman & Co.
E E G SEOL
Will give you a
Bargain in Wall Paper
Wall Tinting and in
General House Painting
Faint Shop near Depot Hotel
it i mi r a v xmk ji
and union Pacific
i he EAST
The 0. R. & N. Co
Gives the Choice of
6:00 p. m. i
ST. PAUL and
9:00 a. m.
0:00 p. m,,
Ocean Steamers leayel,Pojrtlftrjd every
, 5 Days for
Boats leaves Portland dally for Willam
ette and Columbia RiVer Points,
Monthly Steamers to China and Japan,
For full information mil onnruidrpn Tmnroit
O. R. & N. Ticket Agent, or address
A. L. CRAIG, G, P. A.,
ASTORIA & C0LUMBIV
RIVER RAILROAD CO.
LEAVES I"" &18M- j ARRIVES
For Maygers, Rainier,
Clifton, Astoria, War
renton, Flavel, Ham
mond, Fort Stevens,
Gearhart Park, Sea -ide,
Astoria and Seashore
7:00 P. M.
Ticket Offlee, 255 Morrison t. and Union Depot.
J. 0. Mayo, Gen. Pass; Agt., Astoria, Ore.
STR. BAILEY GATZERT
Dally Round Trips, 'except Sunday
Leave Portland. . . 7 A. M
Leave Astoria. ,. 7 p. jf
THE DALLES-PORTLAND ROUTE
and BON IT A
Dally Trips Except Sunday
Leave Portland, Mon., W( d. and rri 7 A. K.
Leave The Dalles, Tues., Thurs. and Sat. .7 A. M.
Leave Portland, Tues , Thurs. and Sat. 7 A. M
Leave Dalit s, Mon., Wed. and Fri 7 A. M
Landing, Foot Alder Street
BOTM FHOHEB, MAIN 361 PORTLAND, OKIGO
John M. Filloon The Dalles, Ore.
A. J. Taylor Astoria, Ore.
Prather & Hemman. . .Hood River, Ore.
Wolford & Wyers. White Salmon, Wash.
J. 0. Wyatt Vancouver, Wash.
R.B.Gilbreth... Lyle, Wash.
John M. Totton Stevenson, Wash.
lienty uimstead Uarson, Wash.
E. W. CRICHTON, PORTLAND, ORB.
rtie Dalles, Portland and Astoria
Strs. Regulator & Dalles City
Daily (except Sunday) between
Touching at wy points on both Bides of tlw
Both of the above steamers have bet n re nl
andarelnexoellert shape for the Reason oil! 00
?f.w' "e wll,L?ndeavor to givelU
Line steamers of Hie Regulator
The above steamerB leave Portland 7a. m.an
Dalles at 8 a. m and arrive at destination in an p
time for outgoing trains.
Oak St. Dock. Courtstreet.
A. C. Al.LAWAY
. . . , . . t
Only transcontinental line
passing diiectly through
Sait Lake City,
dally tol?PDQt,sUgasr,PPed U
-- o" .iu uimuj vara
ana rree rtecitning unair Dars.
The most magnificent scenery ia
America bv daylight.
Stop overs allowed on all classes ol
address Clle,PeSl 'eS n(1 de,ciPtlv literature
J. D. HAN5F1ELD,
214 Third Street, Portend, Oregon "