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COURIER ESTABLISHED MAY, 1BB3
HERALD ESTABLISHED JULY, 1893
INDEPENDENT ESTABLISHED 1888
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1902
20th YEAR, NO. 4
(3 D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Commercial, Real Estate and L
Office Is Commercial Bank Building
OREGON CITY OKEGON
(COMMERCIAL BANK .
ok OREGON CITY
Transacts a general banking business
Makes loan and collections, discounts bills
buys and sells domestic and foreign exchange,
and receives deposits subject to check. ,
Open from 9 a, m. to 4 p. m.
D. C. LiTornETTK, F, J. Meybb
; NEWS OF THE WEEK. ij
THE PIONEER EXPRESSMAN
v (Established 1865)
Prompt delivery to all parts of the city
OREGON CITY. OREGON
J)R. GEO. HOEYE
All work warranted and satisfaction guaranteed
Crown and Bridge work a specialty
OREGON CITY OREGON
Graduate of Northwestern University Dental
School, alBO of American College
Dental Surgery, Chicago
OREGON CITY OREGON
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY
Silverware and Spectacles
CANBY ' OREGON
Qt E. HAYES
ATTOK.NEY AT LAW
Stevens Building, opp. Bank f Oregon City
OREGON CITY OREGON
QEO. T. HOWARD
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
At Red Front, CourtJHoose Block
OREGON CITY OREGON
J C. STRICKLANT), M. D.
(Hospital and Private Experience)
Bpeoial attention paid to Catarrh and Chronic
Office hours: 10 to 12, a. m.; 1 to 6, p. m.
OREGON CITY OREGON
J. W. Nobbis, M. D. J. W. Powell. M. D.
JJ ORRIS & POWELL,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Calls in cit y or cou nt ry promptly attend ed
Office: 1, 2, 17,
Charman Bros. Block, Oregon City.
Q W. EASTHAM
ATTORNEY AT LAW
tr.i Titles Exmlced, Abstracts Made, Deeds,
Moi'.gEi6, Etc. diainn, Money Loaned.
Office over Bank of Oregon City.
OREGON CITY, - OREGON
JJROBERT A. MILLER (
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Will practice In all Courts of the State
Weinhard Building, Opposite Court Honse
OREGON CITY, OREGON
a. Sohuebel W. 8. TJ'REN
JJREN & SCHUEBEL .
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Will praotice In all courts, make collections
and settlements of estates, furnish abstracts of
title, lend you money and lend your money on
urn mortgage, umce in enterprise tranuing.
OREGON CITY ORKGON
VV. II. YOUNG'S
Livery & Feed Stable
Finest.Turnouts in City
OREGON CITY. OREGON
S. J. YAUGHAN'S
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Nearly opposite Suspension bridge
First-Class Rigs of All Kinds
OREGON CITY, OREGON
try HEW DISCOVERY
, FOR THAT COLD.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma,
&ore Throat, Croup and
NO CURE. NO PAY.
trie 50c. and $1. TH'l BOTTLES FRES
Friday, June 6.
Fighting The sawmills of Portland
Unions, have unitt-d with the plan
ing mills in fighting the
unions; and the combination has be
sides the active support of the master
buildets' association. It was dtcided
yesterday to institute a counter-boycott
against the building trades council and
federated trades council, unless the un
fair ban has been removed from the
products of the planing mills. This
mems that the building contractors pro
pose to buy material from the planing
mills and run the risk of another strike
by carpenters and affiliated unions; and
that neither Bawmills nor planing mills
will sell to persons participating in or
enforcing the boycott.
The Chicago stockyards strike is set
tled LetBon Balhet, the Eastern
Oregon mine promoter, found guilty of
defrauding through the United States
at Des Moines, Iowa There is a
decline of 10 cents per 100 on sugar in
the Portland market., Interest in
Pacific coast flour has temporarily
shifted from the Orient to South Africa.
Saturday, Jnne 7.
More A dispatch from San Frar-
Volcanic cifco, states that another
Eiuptions. city in South America has
. suffered almost complete
destruction, and hundreds of its inhabi
tants have been killed by volcanic erup
tions. The steamer Palene, which ar
rived today from Southern ports, brings
the news that the town of Ktabulen,
situated at the foot of Mount Tacona, in
Gautemala, has been buried under a
mass of lava, stones and ashes thrown
from the volcanic crater, and probably
1000 of its people have perished. The
volcano is abont ib miles from Cham-
panico, and near the town of Tapachulo,
which it is believed also Buttered se
verely. Mount Pelee in the Martin
ique island, also is in a state of eruption.
Governor Geer is considering the
matter of convening an extra session of
the legislature a few days prior to the
regular cession. 'I he principal work be
fore the body would be to put into effect
that plank of the republican state plat-
lorm wnicti declares tor flat salaries for
all state officials. By maoting the law
before the newly-officialn are sworn in
they would be able to abide by it. Gov
ernor Geer would also recommend that
the extra session paeB a law making
operative the initiative and referendum,
lor which the voters declared by a large
majority at Monday s el- cuon.
The federated trades council suggests
arbitration for the strike in Portland ....
A rich copper strike is reported from
Sunday, July 8.
Suits The Sunriny Oregonian
Governor says that Governor
Chamberlain. Geer's special legisla
tive session enterprise
to put all state officers on flat salaries is
fnvornd by George E. Chambelrain,
supposed to be governor elect. But it is
not approved bv members of the legis
lature from Multnomah county who
were yesterday interviewed by the Ore
gonian. It seems to be agreed now that
the legislature, if called tegether at all,
must meet before the new year, in order
to devote the tfrne necessary to consid
eration of the complicated and cumber
some lee system, bovernor Geer says
he has not yet made up his mind about
the matter, and will not until he heara
from the people.
With the river and harbor bil! a law,
The Dalles improvement will soon go
ahead. A special board will determine
the best class of improvement, and on
its report to Washington the chief of
engineers will issue plans for the work.
Eugene, Or., is to have free mail deliv
ery July 1. The treasury department
states its plana for enlarging the Port
land postoffice . Another examination
is to be held in Oregon for an Annapolis
cadetship. Mitchell, in the senate, de
nounced the Panama Canal Company.
The house failed to vote on the anti-anarchy
bill. Disorderly officers of the
cruiser Chicago will not be court-martialed
The miner's strike in West
Virginia began yesterday Prepara
tions for King Edward's coronation are
being made .. ..Evidence is produced
of the inefficiency of British army offi
cers The new French cabinet is
completed Paul Underwood, the
alleged child murderer, of Ballard,
Wash, is still at large Legislative
candidates at Colfax, Wash., all declare
forrailroad commission. .. .Over 17,000,
000 Calcutta grain bags rebeived at
Portland in (30 days May customs
receipts at Portland exceeded $100,000.
The Central Railroad Company will
build between Coos Bay and Roseburg,
if no further.
Monday, June 9.
The supreme lodge, A. O. IT. W.,
will arrive in Portland at 8 p.m. to
day, and the delegates will be given a
hearty reception. They were welcomed
at Huntington yesterday morning by
Governor Geer and a committee, aid
will be met at The Dalles by Ihe Port
land committee at noon. The trip
down the Columbia will be made on the
Bailey Gatzert. When the boat passes
Vancouver the Portland firebell will
ring and the fire whistles will, blow five
times at intervals of 10 seconds, and an
hour later the delegates will arrive at
the Aider street dock. This evening an
informal reception will be given to the
officers and delegates of the Supreme
Lodge, A. O. U. W., and Supreme
Lodge, D. of H., at the Hotel Portland.
Oregon The final reports of the
Wins committee of awards for
Highest the South Carolina Inter
state and West Indian Ex
position give to the state of Oregon and
Oregon exhibitors a larger percentage
of medals and premiums than to any
other state. T he list includes one di
ploma of highest award, 64 gol J medals,
43 silver medals, 55 bronze medals and
90 diplomas of honorable mention a
total of 253 medals and diplomas. The
classifications under which these awards
were made include agriculture, birds,
iooda and accessories, horticulture and
pomology, forestry, mines and metal-
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luiKy, U'lrciunmio, miliums, rum it I I'm, ; i?vi-.Tfc
ciigmtrciiug, ju fjaiiiiiM&a mm luaiuutt- its
properly distributed Peace Thanks-1
giving services were held at et. Paul's.
A plot was discovered at Pretoria
to blow un the government buildings
. . . Wh tplnw Reid has arrived at Lon
don The fifth week of the miners'
strike begins The strike was discussed
at a conference at the White House
Tuesday, June 10.
Penitentiary Harry Tracy and Da
Convicts vid Merrill, serving
Murder terms from Multnomah
And countv for burglary, es
caped from the peniten
tiary at 7 o'clock yesterday morning
and made their way to liberty, leaving
murdered behind them Guards F. B
Ferrell.S R. T. Jo. es and B. F. Tif
fany, while Frank Ingrgm, a convict,
who tried to bar their road, was shot in
the knee, which was so badly shattered
as to require amputation. He is now
resting easily, and strong hopes are en
tertained of his recovery. Clad in their
prison garb, well armed and provided
with ammunition, the are men now lurk
ing in the woods not far from town. It
is believed that the weapons were smug
gled into the penitentiary in eome way,
and that no other prisoners are in. the
plot. The Salem state militia have
joined the county officers in the search.
The house passed the anti-anarchy
bill. The bill to transfer certain forest
reserves from the interior to the agrif
cultural department wai up in tthe
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This Trade Mark on the side
of a wa gon box is a guarantee it
of excellence and high grade
quality in the construction of fi
this wagon. If yours does
not have it on dispose of it 4
and get one that has as you m
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uimiui auoru 10 run any
chances on the material us
in a wagonr every time you break down it costs you mor
though the manufacturers replace the broken part.
BUY A FISH
Continued on page 7.
Lodye Elections. '
Falls City Lodge No. 59, A. O. TJ. W..
elected the following officers last Satur
day night: Past master workman,
W. H. Godfrey; master workman,
James Edmunds; foreman, Livy Stipp;
overseer, C Schuebel; guide, John
Kelly : recorder, H.J. Harding; finan
cier, O. O.T. Williams; receiver, U. H.
Dye; iuside watchman, Sam Roake.
Myrtle Lodge, Degree of Honor,
elected the following new officers : Past
chief of honor, Mrs. Tena Fosberg;
chief of honor, Mrs. Elizabeth Matha
son; Udy of honor, Mrs. Clara Wil
liams: chief of ceremonies, Miss Donna
Doty; recorder, Mrs. EBtella N. Weed ;
financier, Mrs. S. A. Gillett; receiver,
R. G Pierce; usher, Mrs. Frank
Doty; inide watchman, Mrs. Estes;
OUtuide watchman, MrB. E. H. Cooper;
installing officer, Mrs. S. A. Gillett;
captain of team, Mrs. Jennie O. Pierce;
musician, Mrs. Patella jn. weed.
Artisan As-embly No. 7, elected the
following new officers last Thursday
night: Mster artisan,. Miss Jennie
Rowen ; superintendent, Mrs. 8. A.
Gillett; inspector, Mr. A. G. Kinder;
secretary, E. H. Cooper; treasurer,
Mrs. M. R Lubker; senior conductor,
A. G. K nder; junior conductor, Miss
Hattie Ruwh; muster of ceremonies,
MiBS Alda ficer.
About 200 members of the Workmen
and Degree of Honor will go on the ex
cursion by the steamer Albany Satur
day night to participate in the supreme
The-e was a large delegation of Grand
Array veterans and Relief Corps mem
bers from Clackamas county at the en
campment held in Astoria last week.
They vieited the interior of Fott Ste-j
vens by special permission of Secretary
Root, and had a mo6t enjoyable time, j
Awong toe numerous visitors irom una
section were Commander L. W. In
gram, of Meade Poet, and Commander
S. Thomas, of Gibbon Post. Both
Meade Poflt and Relief Corps will be
represented in the state councils during
tin, coming year. Meade fost is now
third in membership in the etate.
We also carry a full line of Buggies and Spring Wagons.
Write us for prices on everything you need, it only takes' a
postal card and may save you dollars.
Northwest Implement C
208 FRONT STREET,
Furnished Every Week by Clacka
mas Abstract & Trust Co.
W A Procter to H C Inlow, nw of
ne Bee 35, n and e of Hood View
wagon road in t Is, r 4e 400
J J Johnson to C A Flick, sj of
sofneofne, sec 33, 1, 3 e.... 20
EE-Williams to O Fuge, 1 as in1
Holmes elm 3, 2 e 5
W G Beattie to A Schubel, 3-8 as
Holmes Add, 3, 2e 300
A Schuber to V F May, tract in
Holmes elm, s, 2 e 800
E Vivian to P Schmeer, 1-6 int in
21.92 as in sec 2, 2, 2e 180
A Wachtman to J F WacLtman, 40
as in sec 6, 5 1 800
8 Miller to H Scroeder, 10 as in
Crow elm, correction deed
E H Cooper to G A Weed, nw of
seof sec 10, 4, oe 76
JGibbsto A K Ford, 14.83 as in
W bitten elm, 5,1 e... 600
E A Paine to J W Exon, lots 1, 2,
9 and 10, bis 2, Darnall's Add.. 100
J A Moshberger to Wm Weinman
del, ne of sw if Bee 5, and road
way 4, 2 e 350
W W Austin to H E Austin, 14 as
In Arthur elm, 3,2 e 417
G W Willey to A JN (iuynup, lots
37 and 38, blk 87, Minthorn 15
Wm Barlow to J H Jesse, pt blk 1.
I Cooper to P A Mignole, 66 of sec
4, 3, 5 e 200
G W Tucker to A Rotttr, lots 13,
14 and 15. Parkplace, blk 6 375
I Buckman to R L Sabin, t of ne
wjof se, n of sw, sec 31, 1,4 e 3300
F Beck to A C O'Neel, int in 483 as
in 'Jlover elm, 2, 4 e 000
H Gerhardue to L Bloufua, w of
sec 7, 2,3 e..' 4000
A C O'Neel to H Glover, int in
Glover elm, 2, 4 e 600
C & G Bluhm to II Bluhm, 5 as in
sec 15, 3, 2e 5
J Lenneberger to P J Goder, 100 as
in Hatton elm, 2, Se ....13350
Bee the fine line of shirtwaists at the
TO CCBE A COLD IX ONE DAT
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If it faili
to curer E. W. Grove's signature is on
each bos. 25c.
Sideboards Tliese are handsomely carved in ash, with fancy clock shelves and large bevel plate
mirrors, two cutlery drawers each, long linen drawer and two cupboard. Price $14.50
PlCtUre Frames Afine.frame doesn t makeafine picture, but a poor frame spoils many a
fine picture. . Taste in the selection of a moulding and mat should be fur-'
nished by the picture framer. We sell a niee 16x20 gilt frame with glass, for $t
StOVe Polish Some houseleePers think that stve polish is simply to make the stove look
pretty. They are mistaken in this. Our " ,'Silver Gloss Stove Polish" preserves
the stove and is a positive necessity if you want to keep your stove in prime condition. Per box 15c
II -b REASONABLE. The price is not
much when you come to buy a refrigerator, and
one of these well ventilated zinc lined affairs will
prove itself a satisfaction every day through the
summer. You ought to have one early so as to
get the full benefit. Price $10; size 22x39
Rubber Hose Your Karden ?nd wn win
.luuK ueiier it vou have
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tiful dishes add to the taste of the food, and these beautiful
set3 will give a banquet effect to a simple meal. They are all
durabe, of ex ent artistic.quality, and not expensive. 100
piece set transparent cnina, $19.
plenty of hose and keep the lawn well snrinklpfl
Our canvas lined high quality rubber hose,
inch diameter, is the most convenient size unrl
the most economical hose you could have. Price
per so foot section, $5. Of course we have
cheaper hose excellent if there is no high
Chinaware T.here is much here that wiIt
give you pleasure, including
attractive necessities, which go so far to making
up uie comion ana pleasure of a meal. Beau-
CtI1ta?n You can ave handsome" fur.
niture. handsome carpets an c
rugs, but it js the draperies that give a fin
ishing touc hto a new or old house. Don't
put all of your money into the other things,
save a little for your lace curtains. It only
takes a little money to get all you will want at the prices we are now makin" on
this line ot goods. Lace Curtain Material,
I2jc. per yard.
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House Furnisher, Oregon City